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Masters of Scale
In this new podcast from WaitWhat, Silicon Valley entrepreneur & investor shows how famous founders take their companies from zero to a gazillion.
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R Sriram 8h
No organization that’s entirely closed – or entirely open – can scale as successfully as an organization that combines both: in conversation with via
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Masters of Scale 11h
🔥Tip: Up-end your industry by... 👉Embracing the counter-intuitive 👉Casting off received wisdom Learn how to do it by hearing how scaled his restaurant empire:
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Masters of Scale 12h
. knew he wanted to work with the internet the first time he tried Napster. And when it was shut down in 2001, he saw an opportunity. 💡 Hear / read more on :
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Masters of Scale 15h
When was on , she told that a motivating force in her work was building a more human internet—and now she's the host of our spinoff series ?!💡 🎧Listen to this favorite on :
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Masters of Scale May 18
✔️ for entrepreneurs, founders, CEOs, and leaders: Check your blindspot. reveals HOW on . Spoiler alert: the answer is cognitive diversity:
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Masters of Scale May 18
How did 's revolutionize the restaurant industry? He cast off all received wisdom. It's a tip for all entrepreneurs, no matter the industry:
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Masters of Scale May 17
: Your first hires are your *cultural co-founders*. They'll set your company's cultural norms and they self-perpetuate in two ways: 👆Assimilation (upholding the culture) ✌️Association: (absorbing how the rest of the team acts & what they value)
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Masters of Scale May 17
📚📚📚"I was an obsessive child. I would literally go to the local public library and I would start reading in a section and I would just pull off the next book, and pull off the next book, and pull off the next book." 📚📚📚
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Should This Exist? May 15
Scientists have worked for years to prevent Malaria. A new tool, the gene drive, could let them “edit” mosquitos (ALL mosquitoes) so they don't like the smell of humans. It could save lives. But what else might happen…. ? 🎧 :
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Karen Cahn May 16
Thank you for the follow ! This is definitely an for me. Possibly bc I’ve never met Oprah but either way it’s pretty cool. Now if only would follow me then I really would feel like I’ve made it. 🤞🏼
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Masters of Scale May 17
Replying to @KarenCahn @karaswisher
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Masters of Scale May 16
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Josh King May 16
From & , to & , some say we're at Peak Podcast. No way, say & of WaitWhat on our . They share the origins of with & what's next on the podscape.
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Bastiaan van Rooden May 15
Great conversation with on about open and closed networks. Loved the episode! It helped me find a good balance of open- and closedness for the venture.
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Mark Ginnebaugh May 15
Absolutely agree.
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Ricky Humphrey May 15
you are an absolute inspiration.
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Masters of Scale May 15
Traditionally in "The Rule of Two", customers must choose 2 from quality, speed & price. cast off this received wisdom to 🏆🏆🏆. Think something can't be done? Sometimes the rules need to be changed. Hear more from Danny on :
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Masters of Scale May 15
"There aren’t a lot of people who look like me that have actually built and led successful companies in . And I want others to see that it’s possible." on 🎧:
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Should This Exist? May 11
Every inventor, every scientist, every tech company should have their own “scary list” of what might go wrong. & help you build that list on this episode of :
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