On the early days of Apple Computer in 1980.
On the early days of Facebook while FB had 5 million users.
Explains people buy not what you do but why you do it.
On building companies with a purpose.
On how Google started off as a simple idea.
On a panorama view of venture capital, startups, and beyond.
On disruptive innovation & optimistic future
On why technology is accelerating in 1994.
More Startup Videos
Ashton Kutcher at Startup School 2011
Jim Goetz at Startup School 2011
Max Levchin and Peter Thiel at Disrupt SF 2011
Jack Dorsey on curiosity and building the impossible.
Tony Hsieh at Startup School 2009
Reid Hoffman on choosing the entrepreneurial path.
Jeff Bezos on the next web innovation (2003)
Marc Andreessen on a panorama view of venture capital, startups, and beyond.
Ben Horowitz on what it’s really like building a technology company.
Peter Thiel on building companies with a purpose
Elon Musk on building the impossible.
Early Days & Pivots
Steve Jobs on the early days of Apple
Mark Zuckerberg on the early days of Facebook while Facebook was at 5 million users.
Sergey Brin on how Google started off as a simple idea
Max Levchin at Startup School 2011
Drew Houston at Startup School 2011 & Startup Lessons Learned 2010
James Lindenbaum at Startup School 2011 & Startup Lessons Learned 2011
Chris Sacca with Kevin Rose
Brian Chesky at Startup School 2010
Hiten Shah at Startup Lessons Learned 2010
Kevin Systrom on what it takes to go from student to successful startup founder.
Ben Silbermann on the early days of Pinterest
Paul Bennett on putting yourself in the customers shoes.
Simon Sinek explains people buy not what you do but why you do it.
Peter Diamandis shows a future of worldwide abundance & optimism, not scarcity.
Tim O’Reilly on following the alpha geeks.
On disruptive innovation & optimistic future.
Danny Hillis on why technology is accelerating in 1994.