Naval Ravikant

Naval Ravikant quotes on growth

Indian-American entrepreneur and investor. He is the co-founder, chairman, and former CEO of AngelList.

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All systems insulated from feedback from free markets or natural forces eventually get corrupted.


Our kids will view email the way we view the postal service.


Persistence is paramount on the long road to product-market fit. Partners disappoint. Customers delay. Growth stalls. Passions fade. Loyalty to each other gets the team to the other side.


Nothing will unlock as much value for humanity as moving technology innovation from Silicon Valley into the cloud.


If you wanted to boost tech adoption and media consumption, you couldn’t come up with a better scheme than placing everyone under house arrest.


My number one predictor of whether or not a company will find product-market fit: High shipping cadence.


The Internet evolved media from physical to digital, from paid to free, from editorial to social. Next up: from corporate to ownerless.


Technology is not only the thing that moves the human race forward, but it’s the only thing that ever has. Without technology, we’re just monkeys playing in the dirt.


A future society may support overclocking brilliant young scientists with mental performance enhancing drugs to get more scientific breakthroughs.


Nitpicking is an expression of innumeracy.


It’s possible that both censorship-resistant sound money and permissionlessly-programmable computing platforms are going to be huge.


Companies with predictable, recurring revenue can skip highly dilutive traditional venture rounds. From seed / development round, to debt against recurring revenue, to growth / secondary round.


First, earning power went from physical to digital. Now assets and security are going from physical to digital. Human rights must follow.


The lucrative privilege of seigniorage is moving from bankers to technologists.


Blockchains are a mechanism to coordinate all of society to develop and spread the next generation of Internet technology.


Blockchains have high internal coordination costs for security and stability and lower external coordination costs for social scalability.

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