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I'VE LISTENED TO Peter Thiel, the entrepreneur and venture capitalist, on several occasions. I'm certain the creative multimedia students in our Emerging Trends module will learn as much as I have so we're dissecting Thiel's Zero to One: Notes on Startups as part of an exercise in building for the future.

The Washington Post recorded Thiel sharing familiar stories of the lessons he learned as CEO of PayPal, how to prevent conflict among employees, and why he doesn't think you should live each day as though it's your last. He also reflects on what he calls the "features and bugs" of his personality. It's included in this blog post for your listening pleasure.

Peter Thiel Talks to Washington Post

 

[Bernie Goldbach teaches creative multimedia in the Limerick Institute of Technology.]

1. Affiliate Link: Peter Thiel on Kindle.

2. Washington Post -- Peter Thiel on What Works at Work, October 10, 2014.

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