Dustyn Winder

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Dustyn Winder

190 days ago

“If success is a catalyst for failure because it leads to the “undisciplined pursuit of more,” then one simple antidote is the disciplined pursuit of less. Not just haphazardly saying no, but purposefully, deliberately, and strategically eliminating the nonessentials.”

The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

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Dustyn Winder

190 days ago

How to Make Wealth

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Dustyn Winder

190 days ago

Seems there’s flip happening between African company stages regarding financing. PE (i.e. VC) for early stage and debt for late stage. Though good to see creative deal structuring at all levels.

African PE is dead, long live private credit!

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Dustyn Winder

190 days ago

Bitcoin is none of the things it was supposed to be

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Dustyn Winder

190 days ago

Intuition vs. Rationality: Where One Stops the Other Starts

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Dustyn Winder

193 days ago

🤯🤯🤯

Our Universe is too vast for even the most imaginative sci-fi

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Dustyn Winder

194 days ago

Accountability in VC

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Dustyn Winder

194 days ago

Learning as a VC

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Dustyn Winder

194 days ago

How Aristotle Created the Computer

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Dustyn Winder

194 days ago

Very good read.

“Wrap your arms around the uncertainty. Accept it. Know that the way things turn out has a lot of luck involved so don’t be so hard on yourself when things go badly and don’t be so proud of yourself when they go well. Focus on process instead.” - Annie Duke

The Resulting Fallacy Is Ruining Your Decisions

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Dustyn Winder

199 days ago

Defining Aggregators

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Dustyn Winder

211 days ago


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How To Read Financial News

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Dustyn Winder

211 days ago

Let's make an important clarification: it's not "techies." It's hallways of power. Stanford -> Unicorn -> Sand Hill. "Techies" are doing some incredible things around the world w/o accompanying scandal.

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Dustyn Winder

224 days ago

Bitcoin Is a Delusion That Could Conquer the World

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Dustyn Winder

226 days ago

The Six Laws of Technology Everyone Should Know

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Dustyn Winder

232 days ago

Three tech breakthroughs that will help transform the world

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Dustyn Winder

232 days ago

When it comes to trade, Africa really should be a country

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Dustyn Winder

232 days ago

Get Lost in This Visualization of Interconnected Global Issues

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Dustyn Winder

257 days ago

At the Early Stage, Focus on Unit Economic Profitability, not Corporate Profitability

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Dustyn Winder

259 days ago

First things first, this episode has nothing explicitly to do with investing.

It ends with a question: "What's the kindest thing anyone has ever done for you?"

The kindest thing I can do for you today is insist that you listen to this. It will change the way you see the world.

Tim Urban - Grand Theft Life - [Invest Like the Best, EP.59]

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Dustyn Winder

260 days ago

Inversion and The Power of Avoiding Stupidity

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Dustyn Winder

260 days ago

Cash is Still King in Africa. We Need a Human Touch to End Its Reign

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Dustyn Winder

262 days ago

"The future isn't Mobile First -it's Mobile Only"

What 6 weeks In Africa Taught Me About The Future of Mobile technology

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Dustyn Winder

266 days ago

Inadequate funding affects Africa start-ups

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Dustyn Winder

280 days ago

There is a ton of opportunity in the supply chain for innovative solutions to drive down the costs for the end consumer and insurers while smoothing over barriers to reliable access to pharmaceuticals. This (among many other reasons) is why I’m so excited to work with the continent’s best entrepreneurs.

Africa: A continent of opportunity for pharma and patients

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Dustyn Winder

292 days ago

YC’s Essential Startup Advice

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Dustyn Winder

295 days ago

The Difference Between Open-Minded and Closed-Minded People

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Dustyn Winder

343 days ago

Critiquing 6 VC & Growth Equity Investor Email Pitches

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Dustyn Winder

343 days ago

How To Live A Full Life (And Leave Nothing On The Table) By 30

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Dustyn Winder

343 days ago

How to Tell the Truth

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Dustyn Winder

343 days ago

The journey so far: Lexi Novitske, principal investment officer, Singularity Investments

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Dustyn Winder

355 days ago

Mobile money is only just starting to transform some of Africa’s markets

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Dustyn Winder

365 days ago

Zero — Invented or Discovered?

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Dustyn Winder

366 days ago

The History Of CVC: From Exxon And DuPont To Xerox And Microsoft, How Corporates Began Chasing ‘The Future’

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Dustyn Winder

367 days ago

how putin hacked world football

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Dustyn Winder

400 days ago

The Key to Saving Somalia is Gathering Dust in the British Countryside

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Dustyn Winder

424 days ago

If you don't read this, you're a silly person.

My Family’s Slave

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Dustyn Winder

437 days ago

One man’s mission to unearth Africa’s lost treasure trove of music

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Dustyn Winder

437 days ago

Seeing the Forest for the Trees

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Dustyn Winder

440 days ago

Jeff Bezos explains the perfect way to make risky business decisions

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Dustyn Winder

460 days ago

To Be a Genius, Think Like a 94-Year-Old

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Dustyn Winder

472 days ago

A Positive Outlook May Be Good for Your Health

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Dustyn Winder

473 days ago

Happiness is a choice (seriously – it is)

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Dustyn Winder

473 days ago

Two things:

1.) I want to be Bill Gates, and not because of the money (though it doesn't hurt).

2.) I love the human brain when it's applied to solving huge problems. As a dad of two, the future of the planet is a huge problem put into sharp focus.

Beating Nature at Its Own Game

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Dustyn Winder

477 days ago

Amazon, the world’s most remarkable firm, is just getting started

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Dustyn Winder

484 days ago

Excellent article. Tons of food for thought and is going to be a leading philosophical debate in the years to come.

How DNA Editing Could Change Life on Earth

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Dustyn Winder

492 days ago

What Happened When I Gave Up Gluten, Sugar, Dairy, And Coffee

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