Joe Rogan Experience #1309 – Naval Ravikant

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Naval Ravikant is an entrepreneur and angel investor, a co-author of Venture Hacks, and a co-maintainer of AngelList.

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  1. Naval is correct that people deserve to start out in life with equal opportunities, but what he gets wrong is that people want equal outcomes. He misses the mark completely in defending capitalism, which always results in unequal opportunity. Capitalism makes kings of business owners and slaves of employees. Capitalism must be strictly regulated with a dose of socialism for those who aren't as ambitious or talented as others. We aren't all driven to compete and that should be okay. Raising a family and living an average existence is good enough for some people. The elitist attitude that everyone should be competitive and driven is why they spend all their time criticizing socialism, defending capitalism and doing NOTHING to make life more fair. They like it this way.

  2. Overrated talk. Lives in a bubble. Theoretical mumbo jumbo that has not much substance in the real world. Everyone working for themselves, ubi is bad, wtf? If this guy stepped out of his millionaire bubble for a second, he could see the small businesses are being wiped out left and right. Monopolies are rising, so there will be large conglomerates controlling everything in each industry. This guy does not live in the real world if he thinks that everyone will be their own brand, business, or free. It's currently looking to be going in the opposite direction where there are FAANG companies, walmart, alibaba, etc large conglomerates controlling everything and everyone. New age mumbo jumbo drivel that is not based in the new world. Or maybe he'll make a part 2 and explain what is going on now, but it'll distract from the woo woo of it all