Welcome.	  
THREE	  QUICK	  POINTS.	  
1	  New	  ideas	  are	  the	  most	  powerful	  force	  of	  change	  in	  the	  world.	  	  	  	  This	  makes	  people	 ...
It	  turns	  out	  that	  the	  most	  world-­‐changing	  people	  of	  all	  are	  those	  with	  real	  plan	  for	  how...
2	  	  	  You	  are	  not	  too	  young	  to	  start	  something	  big.	  
Apple	  Computer	  Steve	  Jobs	  Age	  21	  
MicrosoG	  Bill	  Gates	  Age	  21	  
David	  Karp	  Tumblr	  Age	  20	  
Mark	  Zuckerberg	  Myspace	  Age	  20	  
3	  	  	  What	  do	  you	  think	  is	  the	  #1	  reason	  that	  startups	  fail?	  
•    Ideas	  get	  stolen	  •    No	  sales	  •    Run	  out	  of	  money	  •    Can’t	  build	  the	  prototype	  •    Co...
The	  #1	  reason	  that	  startups	  fail:	  	  	  People	  give	  up.	  
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  1. 1. Welcome.  
  2. 2. THREE  QUICK  POINTS.  
  3. 3. 1  New  ideas  are  the  most  powerful  force  of  change  in  the  world.        This  makes  people  who  can  wield  new  ideas  the  most  powerful  people  in  the  world.    
  4. 4. It  turns  out  that  the  most  world-­‐changing  people  of  all  are  those  with  real  plan  for  how  to  make  things  be=er  through  technology.  
  5. 5. 2      You  are  not  too  young  to  start  something  big.  
  6. 6. Apple  Computer  Steve  Jobs  Age  21  
  7. 7. MicrosoG  Bill  Gates  Age  21  
  8. 8. David  Karp  Tumblr  Age  20  
  9. 9. Mark  Zuckerberg  Myspace  Age  20  
  10. 10. 3      What  do  you  think  is  the  #1  reason  that  startups  fail?  
  11. 11. •  Ideas  get  stolen  •  No  sales  •  Run  out  of  money  •  Can’t  build  the  prototype  •  Cofounder  quits  •  Patent  disputes  •  Built  the  wrong  thing  
  12. 12. The  #1  reason  that  startups  fail:      People  give  up.  
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