Redefine Success

By editor on February 20, 2018 — 1 min read

Let’s not have such a brittle definition of success so that it’s only by money, which is stupid, but it’s also great literature, it’s beautiful art, it’s the things that you create, it’s the people that provide care to the elderly because they believe in that. It’s the person that teaches second grade and he or she loves it.

And that’s like, again, elevating our common consciousness. It only happens by having a discussion about it, and there’s a silent majority of us that all believe in this, but many of us don’t have a currency to vocalize it, and you devolve into the randomness of the tactical issues. (39:35)

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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.