從 1 到 n，只是複製別人的做法 → 全球化
從 0 到 1，則是創新 → 科技的進步
這事業 10 年後還在嗎？
對於新創事業招募員工，一個要先問自己的問題「能到 Google 享受高新和地位的人為什麼會想加入你的公司成為第 20 位工程師」
工程問題： 你創造的是一個突破的科技，還是微幅改善的方法？ 你必須有比替代品好上 10 倍的專利技術。市面上常碰到誇大不實的廣告，你的微幅進步很難讓人相信。
- 時機問題： 現在是開始這個事業的正確時機嗎？
- 獨佔問題： 你一開始就現在小型市場搶得高市佔率嗎？
- 人員問題： 你有合適的團隊嗎？
- 銷售問題： 你除了有開發產品的能力，還有銷售計劃嗎？
Wow, Taiwan is his first stop.
- Don't outsource your future to a big institution. Figure it out yourself.
- It is large market share that matters instead of a big market.
- All happy companies are unique. The others are those who stuck in compete.
- Well defined, well differentiate jobs
run away from big data or clouding XD
- What makes facebook valuable might not be purely social networking but real identity in social networking.
Q: How to tell the different between crazy ideas and new ideas?
It's hard to answer.
Is the idea that no one does it or no one does it for good reason? Is it valuable and no others did it?
Be honor yourself, don't be over-optimistic.
Get to be the best in the world rather than best in Taipei or Taiwan.
Q: Startup after having some working experience?
It's true for business or management.
Startup is something new and by definition, you will not learn from others.
Thus, you might not be able to learn from working experience.
Although management is important, when it compares to the new idea, it might be not that important.
Somebody might say that they gonna startup 5 or 10 years later.
However, that's rare.
The fact is that most of these people would be stuck in many different problems and not that willing to take risks.
There is no particular moment for one to startup.
If you have a good idea, it's the time.
Q: Why Thiel Fellowship support only drop-out students?
It's stop-out instead drop-out.
For one who wanna startup, full time working is needed.
Q: Does there exist any character or special of entrepreneurs?
Not easily give up, listen to others, and not to easily to be influenced.
How well a team working together is important to a startup.
The team members have to get along with each other.
Thus, those who performs well in college aren't necessarily good entrepreneurs.
Q: How to pick a startup team partner?
It works best if you know they enough.
Complementary skills and alike interests would be good.
Q: Education problems. How about the flip classroom or MOOCS?
It's education bubble.
Peter cannot give an ultimate way to replace the university system.
The suggestion is that don't get up the same or similar track.
What makes education bubbles is that everyone treats university as church or religion.
If you don't go into a college, your life would ruin.
Such thought is the main problem.
Q: How do startups in Taiwan get into the world and get resource?
The first capital is the most difficult part and it's super difficult.
This is the core challenge.
Convincing people that your idea is real and gonna work is really hard.
There are some great parts in Silicon Valley but also some bad parts.
For example, office and hiring people there is expensive.
Q: What the key point to convince peter to invest?
Q: Does Peter admire any other entrepreneurs?
Q: Does Peter have any setback, failure? How to deal with that?
It was the law school story wrote in the book.
The interesting part is that this failure turns out to be not failure.
Failure is overrated.
The most important part of failure is not to give up.