what do you think about someone like me getting into investing like overall? Do you think that's beneficial for the investment community? Oh,
I mean absolutely. You know, I think you look back 10 years when you know, quote unquote celebrities started Angel Investing and no matter what people say today and like all it's awesome. It's great. We've got sonar cap table 10 years ago. There was a lot of skepticism in the in the Venture industry and I think it was just because like it had been this Clubby little industry where you sort of thought like most of the investors are concentrated in this like one town in Silicon Valley called Menlo Park on this one road called Sand Hill Road, and everybody was very protective of the idea that like, oh, yeah. No. Where the king makers but I think if we seen anything in the last 10 years like that investing has very much mimic startups, which is there's more and more Founders building more and more interesting pieces of software companies, you know, direct-to-consumer Commerce companies, they're coming from all over the world and they've got all different backgrounds. And so there's no reason to think that the investment side shouldn't look exactly the same more investors who look like the founders to look like the customers I think is only going to be good for these companies. So yeah like Like let's figure out some things to work on together. Heck.
Yeah. I did looking forward to that
Hunter Walk Thinks More Celebrities Should Angel Invest