Can Business Be Taught? (Pt. 3)

Naval Ravikant is a once-in-a-generation entrepreneur, investor, philosopher. But we all know at least one “15 year old Naval Ravikant” in our lives, the Naval that knew how to make pizza parlors run better without ever having to take a business class. These people tend to be serial entrepreneurs, some may come across as hustlers, but most always seem to have that “It” factor in business.

At US Bitcoin Corp, all the executives whom I admire are the most business-savvy people I know. Nearly all of them have a parent that started their own venture. It makes me wonder if business acumen can actually be taught, or if that’s just the “It” factor being passed on to the next generation.


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