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Clayton Christensen is an award-winning Harvard Business School professor and author of five books, including The Innovator’s Dilemma, which received the Global Business Book Award for the best business book of the year.
Clayton presents brand new content on different ways to think about growth and he shared some of his unique perspective on "measuring your life" (as seen in his TED talk) with the audience.
In this third episode of our Product series, Ben Foster and Bob Moesta share stories and insights about how the key to gathering customer feedback is through the deeper, often unstudied observations. Leslie Bradshaw then joins in with the idea it’s never too early to start testing a new product, we just have to be willing to put it to paper. Then Ben Foster closes the interview with a story about how a company was able to pull data from bike thieves in a creative way, and how the company used that data to create the ideal product.
Bob Moesta President of The ReWired Group and one of the architect’s of the JTBD framework, talks with us about how the Job’s To Be Done framework was developed, and how he has used it throughout his work to be successful. Bob then shares with us from his deep knowledge of product marketing, and how asking the right questions can lead you to the perfect solution to a customer’s problem.
Welcome back to Venture Studio, and welcome back to our fantastic two-part interview with Naval Ravikant of AngelList. If you missed part one, go check it out at venturestudio.org or on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and Google Play.
In part 1 of this interview, Dave and Naval talked about AngelList, syndicates and startup funding. In part 2, things got quite a bit more philosophical. In this interview, Naval and Dave cover power dynamics and haters in venture, the American political system - Trump, Bernie and Hilary - the disruption of the wealthy elite and, of course, South Park.
In this episode, Dave revers to this post by Naval called The American Spring: https://medium.com/the-mission/american-spring-d6a8320bf712#.k4ppdt9pd
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/venture-studio/ep-31-naval-ravikant-angellist-2-of-2
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This week’s guest really needs no introduction. Naval Ravikant is the founder and CEO of AngelList (angel.co). AngelList is the go-to platform for startups to raise money online, recruit employees, and apply for funding. Naval and AngelList are on a mission to democratize the fundraising process. This interview was a big one, so we’re breaking it into a two-parter - make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss part 2.
Remember - all of our shows are venturestudio.org and on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and Google Play. If you like this episode, you’ll love our interviews with Ming Yeh of CSC Upshot and Dustin Dolginow of Maiden Lane. Make sure to subscribe on iTunes and follow us on twitter @venturestudio.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/venture-studio/ep-30-naval-ravikant-angellist
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Since its initial publishing 186 years ago, the Book of Mormon has made an indelible mark not only on the lives of its serious readers but also on American popular culture at large.
The book was added to the list of "Books That Shaped America" in 2013 and since June 2016 has been a part of the “America Reads” exhibit at the Library of Congress. The exhibit’s purpose is to foster new conversations about 65 books the American public says have had “a profound effect on American life.” The exhibit features some of the rarest and most interesting editions in the Library’s collections, including an original copy of the Book of Mormon. “[The Book of Mormon] has spawned pageants and plays, appeared in films, inspired musical lyrics, and received 4 out of 5 stars on the Apple Store,” Elder D. Todd Christofferson said Wednesday at the exhibit, where he spoke for 20 minutes about the book’s history and impact. “It has been illustrated in comic strips, displayed in paintings, told through historical fiction, and imprinted on clothing. A copy of the Book of Mormon was even checked out to President Abraham Lincoln at the Library of Congress on November 18, 1861.”
The Book of Mormon, a record of ancient-American civilizations, is a foundational scripture for Latter-day Saints, along with the Bible and other …
A 15-minute excerpt from the little-known 1960’s church film "The Search for Truth." With the kind permission of Brigham Young University, we are now posting this excerpt.
The excerpt featured an opening statement by President David O. McKay on the value of science and the search for truth. This was followed by perspectives on science and religion by Wernher von Braun (a prominent non-LDS researcher who has been called the "Father of Rocket Science"), Harvey Fletcher (LDS physicist and Director of Bell Labs who was known as the "Father of Stereophonic Sound"), and Henry Eyring (LDS chemist and father of President Henry B. Eyring, president of the American Chemical Society and the Association for the Advancement of Science, and winner of the Wolf Prize in Chemistry, the National Medal of Science, and the Berzelius Medal for developing the Absolute Rate Theory). A personal story from Bro. Eyring about an extended family member whose relatives tried to persuade him from studying science out of worry for his faith is contrasted with the story of his own father’s encouragement for him as he left for college: "In this Church, you don’t have to believe anything that isn’t true."
This week’s podcast features Paul English. He’s a software veteran who’s been VP of technology at Intuit and runs the Internet travel search engine at Kayak.com, but is best known for the IVR Cheat Sheet. Now available at gethuman.com, this popular database of voice-system shortcuts makes it easier for people to get the human assistance…