Naval Ravikant (@naval) is the CEO and a co-founder of AngelList. He previously co-founded Epinions, which went public as part of Shopping.com, and ...
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Simplifies complex subjects
He is one of the smartest people you will ever listen to. He is a content Hemingway who is also really good at making money. The way he explains complicated objective and subjective topics will change how you view the world, yourself and your bank account. 10/10 would recommend to a friend.
I first heard of Naval Ravikant on other podcasts (Farnam Street, Tim Ferris, Joe Rogan) and was super impressed (primarily by the fact that he was able to keep my full attention for 2 hours straight on those podcasts) and then decided to just go to the source. His podcasts are both intellectually stimulating and soul satisfying. His knowledge is built from the sheer amounts of information he takes in, but he is then able to present that information in such a coherent and unassuming fashion. It is brilliant to hear.
I’m interested in entrepreneurship and this podcast is fascinating and informative. Naval is such a clear and articulate speaker. I’m very happy that I discovered this guy.
I disagreed with almost every single word this self-appointed business guru uttered. A range of scandalous statements like: capitalism is in our nature - no it’s not, was invented in England in the 18th century; losers have jobs and work for this guru, “smart” ppl become capital owners; and on and on...
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Ever since his interview with Tim Ferris I’ve been wanting a dedicated Naval Ravikant podcast. In true @naval fashion he gives us the no fluff raw version of what makes humans a success not only in business but in life. Looking forward to more Naval knowledge and at some point in my life I’d love to sit down with him and download his knowledge into my brain. Keep up the great work!
Dimonds are tears solidified from when Chuck Norris was a baby.
Very useful tips!!!
Naval humbly presents valuable concepts that are truly life changing in a concise and direct manner. His conversations inside and outside of this podcast are worth every second of your attention. GB
I will listen to this repeatedly in the car and also play it to my teenage daughter when her exams are over and we are on holiday this summer. Much wisdom in double-quick time. GB
The distilled learnings of someone who’s actually done sth with their life GB
The first requisite for success is the ability to apply your physical and mental energies to one problem incessantly without growing weary.
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