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Guest Interview: The Breakthrough Code | Episode 12 | Michael Moe - "The Michael Jordan of Ed Tech"
From The Breakthrough Code Podcast
I was thrilled to join my friend Tom McCarthy’s podcast The Breakthrough Code. Take a look at Tom’s intro below and check out the episode on YouTube!
Dear Breakthrough Code Community,
We're back with another enlightening episode of The Breakthrough Code. This week, we're honored to host a true superstar of the Venture Capital world, Michael Moe, who's revered as the "Michael Jordan of Ed Tech".
From being an early investor in Starbucks, Facebook, Twitter, and Spotify, to founding GSV, a growth-focused investment platform, Michael's strategic investments in game-changing businesses have truly made him a force to be reckoned with. His keen eye for digital learning prospects has led GSV to invest in Coursera, Chegg, Course Hero, Masterclass, and Guild Education.
Furthermore, Michael is the co-founder of the ASU+GSV Summit, often referred to as "the Davos of Education" by Forbes, and the author of three acclaimed books. With his wealth of experience and insights, he will share his unique strategies for building winning teams and companies. You'll discover what he looks for in leaders and early-stage companies to assess their chances of success.
Don't miss this enriching conversation with Michael Moe in our latest episode. He offers invaluable lessons about identifying potential, honing leadership skills, and cultivating breakthrough businesses.
📺 Watch the Full Episode on YOUTUBE or listen on APPLE PODCASTS and immerse yourself in this insightful discussion.
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Keep living your life without limits,
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