What’s it like being a venture capitalist?
This is the kind of success that it easy to replicate. First, start from a good base. Make sure your Dad is a doctor and your Mom is an artist. Then have your uncle teach you the ropes of business and tech. For college, go to MIT. Then sell your first company at the age of 28, take some on your money (and money from other folk) and invest it in new companies. You’ll have great fun, meet lots of interesting people, and get to live in Boulder, CO. At least that’s how it worked for Brad Feld. Your mileage may vary.