Michael Moritz Curated

Venture capitalist

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  • What did you wanted to be when you grew up?

  • How did the early struggles in your life shape you?

  • What do you think made jobs a unique and innovative leader?

  • How did your transition from Time magazine journalist to venture capitalist happen?

  • What are the leadership skills needed to build an organization like Sequoia?

  • What value does your education in humanities bring to the Silicon Valley?

  • How do you identify talented people who can be founders or employess at Sequoia?

  • What do you think obsession is?

  • Are there too many investors chasing best of all opportunities?

  • What esponsibility does Venture industry has in fostering diversity in the tech ecosystem?

  • Do you think Silicon Valley is the best place to start a company?

  • In which sector should we be betting on now?

  • Priortize product, team and market in order of importance

  • What is the one company you regret you didn’t invest in?

  • Would you rather be Liverpool or Benchmark Capital?

  • Is it vital to focus on product always?

  • How does seeking excellence help us?

  • How to be a venture capitalist like you?

  • What separates the likes of Steve Jobs and Marc Zuckerberg from others?

  • How important is looking forward?

  • How do you identify if an entrepreneur is obsessed?

  • What’s the best advice you’ve got?

  • Walk the safe road or follow my passion?

  • What’s the best advice you can offer everyone?

  • Why did you decide to invest in Clarinha?

  • Did you like Popsugar at the first sight?

  • How is the online payment sector different now from the time you invested back then?

  • Do you think the valuations of the payment companies are correct?