David Heinemeier Hansson, 37signals
58 min. 49 sec.
David Heineimeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails and partner at 37signals in Chicago, says that planning is guessing, and for a start-up, the focus must be on today and not on tomorrow. He argues that constraints--fiscal, temporal, or otherwise--drive innovation and effective problem-solving. The most important thing, Hansson believes, is to make a dent in the universe with your company.
Guy Kawasaki, Garage Technology Ventures
2 min. 37 sec.
Guy Kawasaki, founder and Managing Director of Garage Technology Ventures, believes that those companies who set out to make a positive change in the world are the companies that will ultimately be the most successful. He gives examples of the best way to make meaning: increase quality of life, right a wrong, and prevent the end of something good.
Panorama of Venture Capital and Beyond (Entire Talk)
Marc Andreessen, Serial Entrepreneur
61 min. 7 sec.
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