What's the one thing as we go to wrap up that and wish you knew when you were 21 years old you've gotten to have this storied career built a number of amazing businesses, but what's that one thing that you're like man if I'd known this at 21, I would have been even more dangerous as an entrepreneur.
It took me a while to real to trust my judgment about people one of my early jobs. There is this production manager person in charge of all the printing and production and he was no wait. Ways about it. He's an (expletive) me and everybody just terrible terrible person. But here's the weird thing. Everyone liked him loved him is hey Frank, how you doing? Good to see you Frank. Let's quit doing this weekend. And I'd go what is wrong with me and that of course Frank gets fired. And as soon as he's gone, everyone's going oh my (expletive), what an (expletive) and I realized my judgment is sound and I wish I had known that much much earlier in my life to trust that when I send someone's a good person or a good person. And then vice versa and when you can sort that out that goes a long way toward having a good good life. That's
Marc Randolph's Advice to His 21-Year-Old Self: Trust Your Judgment