or Can 40yrs old founder build an overall diversity?
From the transcript:
….But how do we attract folks that are out of college that want to, I don’t know, work from 11 in the morning to 1 in the morning? And how did they put up with the fact that we have kids and we actually work from this time to this time and we want to go home and have dinner with them and then we want to work on a PC at home? It’s something actually, this is a real uncertainty, it’s a real tension. But it’s not something we could plan out. Again, chance would have it that we started a company when we were not 20 years-old. And then the other question that occurred to us is, like, are we going to be advantaged because we’ve got all this experience or we are going to be disadvantaged because we actually already know something we shouldn’t do and it’s actually that childlike curiosity I don’t means that allows you to do things that other simply won’t do. Are we going to be just too planned and perfect, again, not to take that to an extent, but planned and perfect and we’re going to miss the cool opportunities whereas those who were more youthful will just, yeah, I’m going to do that. …
About Warren Packard:
Warren Packard is the CEO of Thuuz, a consumer platform for real-time sports discovery, tune-in and sharing. Packard is also a venture partner at Draper Fisher Jurvetson. He currently serves on the Boards of EoPlex, Microfabrica and SeaMicro and leads DFJ’s investments in BinOptica, Hola!, Primet Precision Materials, and YeePay.