Chamath Palihapitiya - INFP - Yesenin
You allege I don’t know enough about the types but you assert that the guy with the degree in electrical engineering, who’s a software developer, CEO, and billionaire venture capitalist is...”the lyricist?” lol I mean, anything is possible, but Occam’s Razor says NO.
In the first video alone, the guy utterly epitomizes Gamma/Gamma NT/NiT* values and priorities>
“Get the money...if you have a point of view that matters and you want to reflect it, you get it.”1. The aspect of evolutionary volitional sensing (+Se) – Total democratization of society, universal accessibility to spheres of creative self-realization, professional demand, access to professional training and education.
2. The aspect of evolutionary intuition of time (+Ni) – Sense of one's own necessity in the current age, in a given stretch of time, understanding of the demands and needs of the time, sense of one's own significance in the present epoch, sense of the possibilities of the current epoch: "Time has chosen us!" "Time does not wait!" "Time goes ahead!"
3. The aspect of involutionary business logic (-Te) – Freedom of action, freedom of choice of one's profession, freedom of enterprise, freedom of creative initiative, freedom of creative self-realization.
4. The aspect of involutionary ethics of relations (-Fi) – Moral codex and bar of rights, framework of appropriateness, development of rights and moral norms that are necessary for successful well-coordinated teamwork, for successful creative self-realization under the conditions of free competition, for formation of beneficial partnerships, and so on.
“Economic incentives drive entire swaths of populations to behave in very very predictable, and then when you take it away, unpredictable ways.”
“Whatever your worldview is, you should be spending time to think about what that is, so that when you control some of these purse strings, you push that view into the world.”
“The more diversity of those views, the more rational actors we have, the more balanced and fair the system.” Dude goes on to opine about the importance of viewing capitalism as a philosophy and, according to you, that clearly denotes IEI? Lol
“When you’re a critical part of the future, going back to how I started, the most important part of capitalism is going to be the folks that are driving the technological change. As a class, that’s what VCs (venture capitalists) are supposed to do. But they’re by in large, in my opinion, the wrong people...you have to make it more systematic, more data driven, strip out the bias...be open for scale, be global so that you can get the money that deserve it, and then help them, and by helping them, what you have to do is actually address the core structural parts of business building that aren’t done today.”
“How do you shift from an anecdotal political, social capital oriented way of making decisions inside of a company to a very precise, unemotional, data driven process? And the way you do it is by building a bunch of data infrastructure, by collecting a bunch of data itself, by helping you optimize your business in a bunch of obvious and non obvious ways.”
“It’s the not the few that match a human driven pattern, but it’s about taking big shots, scaling up the money, being able to support people in structurally predictable ways, and allowing them to build better companies.”
I know my people. Evidently, you do not.