Marc Lore, founder of Jet.com and president and CEO of Walmart.com, gives his advice.
- People who look at your career and they say…ya know I want to be Marc.…This is the dream, create these companies, sell, transform…huge enterprises.…What kind of advice do you give someone who's let's say,…just getting out of college?…- You got to be willing to take some risk and be tenacious…and go all in.…I would say that's probably the best advice.…You don't, there's no such thing as like goin half in…or I'm going to kina work on this and see what happens.…I mean you havta just go all in.…
And the first company that I did before Diapers.com…was a startup and I had made a decent amount of money…in banking and had one investor say, hey I see…on the cap table here Marc, you invested 390,000.…Why didn't you just put 400,000 in?…I said because I only have 390,000.…That's kina my point on goin all in.…It's like the investor saw that I basically had my entire…life savings in this business and they said…that's enough for me.…You obviously are prepared to go all the way…to the mat for this one.…
Sometimes you see people and they kina hedge a little bit…
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