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Billionaire Peter Thiel: How To Build The Next Unicorn

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An interview with Billionaire venture capitalist and author of Zero To One, Peter Thiel. In this interview Peter discusses principles from his book about how to create the next billion dollar startup or unicorn. This includes asking yourself contrarian questions and focusing on areas where no else is looking. Peter also gives stories of his time with Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg. 📚 Books by Peter Thiel and his favourite books are located at the bottom of the description❗ Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great Venture Capitalists videos:⬇ Marc Andreessen: Venture Capital Investment Philosophy:http://bit.ly/MAndreessenVid1 Billionaire Chris Sacca on Investing, Venture Capital and Life:http://bit.ly/CSaccaVid1 Billionaire Peter Thiel on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Competition: http://bit.ly/PTheilVid1 Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 0:37 What's the one thing you know to be true but people don't agree? 3:08 Not discouraging small business owners 4:40 How to identify business opportunities 6:12 Problems with ‘the lean startup’ 8:27 A nation of optimists 9:22 A bit of everything is the wrong approach 11:11 What is meaningful? 12:20 Did Mark Zuckerberg meet your criteria? 15:16 Picking the right founder Peter Thiel Books 🇺🇸📈 (affiliate link) Zero to One:http://bit.ly/ZeroToOneBookPT Peter Thiel’s Favourite Books🔥 100 Plus:http://bit.ly/100PlusPT Bloodland:http://bit.ly/Bloodlands Resurrection from the Underground:http://bit.ly/ResurrectionUnderground Sir Francis Bacon: The New Atlantis:http://bit.ly/FBaconNewAtlantis Interview Date: 21st October, 2014 Event: Under 30 Summit The Academy of Achievement interview supporting document: Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/PThielPic1 Investors Archive has videos of all the Investing/Business/Economic/Finance masters. Learn from their wisdom for free in one place. For more check out the channel. Remember to subscribe, share, comment and like! No advertising.
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Milciades Andrion (1 year ago)
Very educational video. He goes directly to the point. Startups should be based on great products and focus on service.
Evan Green (1 year ago)
Tai Lopez the fuckboy needs to watch this video
Chris Iacono (1 year ago)
I'm mad he didn't answer the first question... he didn't wanna disclose what he knows, which gives him an edge!!!
Evan Green (1 year ago)
He gives a couple answers in his book
SunSpun (1 year ago)
Very wise man
the next disruptive unicorn will be created by KijotIsma. A genious artist-entrepreneur from Spain.
Negocios Online Club (30 days ago)
+Patt Tech Who is it? I googled it but i only found like a kind of artist. But, what start up did he found?
Patt Tech (1 month ago)
It is no longer need to be in Silicon Valley to create a Unicorn startup. KijotIsma ´s a good example. He ´s creating its disruptive startup in Spain!
Peter Grant (1 month ago)
KijotIsma is creating the next big unicorn with a disruptive and more....without the product being us. A real human service . That´s a big difference.!
Transmedia Art (1 year ago)
you are Right! yes
Mary Set (1 year ago)
KijotIsma.......a big disruptive mind! yes Jose.
Zes (1 year ago)
not wrong approx
Rahul Sargar (1 year ago)
keep uploading
Randolph Best (1 year ago)
thanks for the upload guys. I already saw this one but it's good to watch these things multiple times so as to cement my understanding of them.
Randolph Best (1 year ago)
yes I know. my point is that if you read the history the book covers, you can extrapolate from it that investing is a very intense, very unpredictable activity where you've always got to be on your toes, and where your career could die at the slightest mistake. much like trading I think
Dylan Martinez (1 year ago)
im not talking about reading about investing, im talking about invest (the action). Books are great, always funny to read, but the job of investing is boring (in my opinion)
Randolph Best (1 year ago)
it definitely isn't. read King of Capital, by David Carey & John Edward Morris. about private equity and Steve Schwarzmann you will be entertained
Dylan Martinez (1 year ago)
yes, u're right, but investing is so boring, i mean, real investing (not trading).
R S (1 year ago)
Evan Green 👍
12345a (1 year ago)
this is old :/
AlexanderVanMan (1 year ago)
Sure why not (if it's a good book), you tend to forget a lot of stuff. Hell I even just launched a platform where people can share and read notes of podcasts and videos so you can check if it's worth listening to or to internalize the things you forgot, check it out @ www.readstrong.com :P
12345a (1 year ago)
Alex , when there are millions of books in the world , would you read the same one twice , even when you dont feel like you need to ?
AlexanderVanMan (1 year ago)
2000 year old books are still sometimes more valuable then today's ones to take an extreme example

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