Combining Things To Create Serendipity

Frederick Daso (Left) and Yishi Zuo (right).
  • Leading a company is necessarily a social task. You have to work with others and creatively solve problems. You go narrow and deep.
  • On the hedge fund investment side, it’s much more of an analytical, solo endeavor. It’s about pattern recognition across a wide breadth of the business. You go broad and wide.

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Forbes Under 30 Contributor, 2016 LinkedIn Top Voice, Venture Fellow at Rough Draft Ventures

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Forbes Under 30 Contributor, 2016 LinkedIn Top Voice, Venture Fellow at Rough Draft Ventures

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