Running a start-up is like eating glass. You just start to like the taste of your own blood.
You have got to be willing to be poor as an entrepreneur.
The transition strategies are more important than understanding what the outcome state will be.
It seems like the right thing to do is tackle problems other people aren't working on.
Part of the challenge of being an entrepreneur, if you're going for a really huge opportunity, is trying to find problems that aren't quite on the radar yet and try to solve those
I definitely wanted to earn my freedom. But the primary motivation wasn't making money, but making an impact.
Little startups are ridiculously overfunded.
I can sort of do what I want. Maybe I have to work harder to prove myself in some new relationship because they've heard some wacky stories about me. But at least I can get the meeting.
A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? A billion dollars.
I focus on things that are the highest value and do them perfectly.
It’s not cool. I think being a wealthy member of the establishment is the antithesis of cool. Being a countercultural revolutionary is cool. So to the extent that you’ve made a billion dollars, you’ve probably become uncool.
There's a lot of artists whose contracts are written in such a way that they do not get paid for what's happening on streaming services.
You want people using your product because it's a part of your life, then they can't stop using it.
You just keep pushing yourself harder and harder to achieve more and more - I don't think it's ever quite as glamorous as it appears on the outside.
What comes after the revolution is inevitably bureaucracy. Whoever wins the revolution builds a bureaucracy
I think the perception of wealth and power is that things just become easier and easier when in reality as you raise the stakes things become more stressful.
I've never been much of a joiner.
There is no simple answer to what I think.
In truth the social media elements of the Obama campaign, while extremely innovative, did not produce a lot of results.
You actually don't want people thinking your product is cool, because then you're a fad.
Facebook is such a basic utility. It's something that is such a part of peoples' lives, I think it's hard to imagine it going away.
I think Facebook's biggest problem is the glut of information that Facebook's power users are overwhelmed with.
Your biggest challenge as an entrepreneur is not concealing your idea from others or keeping your idea a secret, it is actually convincing people that you're not crazy and that you can pull this off.
Solving specific problems is what drives me. I am not interested in having a career. I never have been.
At every point I am besieged by people who would like me to conform to some social norm of whatever sort of social group they expect me to be a part of. I never have any identification with these social groups.
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