By editor on January 28, 2018 — 1 min read

Even when the smartest of the smart allocate 24 hours of the day, they can barely run a public company well. In fact, none of them can except one guy. Statistically, it makes no sense!

The only reason why this stuff happens is because of ego, and that’s a terrible way to make decisions. It’s a really good thing to have, we all need it to make ourselves feel valuable and feel confident in decision-making, but that is not what should drive the decisions. (54:30)

Posted in: Ego

Editor's Note

These are Chamath Palihapitiya's words. They are probably some of the best thoughts on VC, business, and life, but were scattered around the Internet. They live now in this archive.