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  • You know, I'm coming up on 10 years next month of broadcasting and it might sound like a cliche, but I think ideas are the greatest currency and clearly you run salt conference and I'm guessing tell me if I'm wrong Anthony, but like me, you got the best seat in the house.

    你知道,我下個月就要從事廣播工作10年了,這聽起來可能是老生常談,但我認為思想是最偉大的貨幣,顯然你掌管著鹽業會議,我猜想如果我錯了請告訴我,安東尼,但和我一樣,你得到了房子裡最好的座位。

  • Like I'm here with you live.

    就像我在這裡和你一起生活。

  • I know a lot about you.

    我對你瞭解很多。

  • I've watched you wax lyrical on crypto and it's pretty amazing stuff.

    我看了你對加密貨幣的抒情,這是很了不起的東西。

  • But I'm also, I get all the ideas here and the bonuses everybody else gets to watch too.

    但我也是,我在這裡得到了所有的想法,還有其他人也能看到的紅利。

  • But that's the reason I've been able to do so many cool things over the years.

    但這也是我多年來能夠做這麼多很酷的事情的原因。

  • It's because I'm always seems like I have the best ideas in my brain.

    這是因為我的大腦中似乎總是有最好的想法。

  • Um is it a similar feeling for why you do salt or is it different?

    嗯,你為什麼要做鹽,是類似的感覺,還是不同的感覺?

  • And, and also what is salt about?

    還有,還有,鹽是怎麼回事?

  • Because again, it's Tyson and Bush and uh, and, and uh, you know the president, so it's quite a mix.

    因為又是泰森和布什,呃,還有,呃,你知道總統,所以這是個很好的組合。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Well, you know, Salt came about because of, you know, I want to compliment you on one thing.

    嗯,你知道,鹽的出現是因為,你知道,我想讚美你一件事。

  • You're a great interviewer because you, you're listening, you know, and I, you know, I'm being interviewed, I'm probably doing more of the talking that I usually like, but one of the great things about salt for me from moderating these panels or my podcast, I'm in a listening position and so like you, it's very beneficial.

    你是一個偉大的採訪者,因為你,你在聽,你知道,而我,你知道,我被採訪,我可能做了更多我通常喜歡的談話,但對我來說,從主持這些小組或我的播客,我處於一個傾聽的位置,所以像你,這是非常有益的。

  • But where salt came from was the financial crisis when the big banks, the money center banks started canceling their conferences because they got money from the government.

    但鹽的來源是金融危機,當時大銀行,貨幣中心銀行開始取消他們的會議,因為他們從政府那裡得到了錢。

  • They got tarp money from the government and they didn't want to be in places like las Vegas, uh, that provided an opportunity for a small firm like ours.

    他們從政府那裡得到了油布錢,他們不想在拉斯維加斯這樣的地方,呃,這為我們這樣的小公司提供了一個機會。

  • And so I went into the conference business, take advantage of that vacuum and then it mushroomed into what it is today, you know, and that's also the value of compounding.

    是以,我進入了會議業務,利用這一真空,然後它如雨後春筍般發展成今天的樣子,你知道,這也是複利的價值所在。

  • So another lesson for younger people, stick with something and continue to get it to grow and we moved it to new york because of the pandemic.

    是以,給年輕人的另一個教訓是,堅持做一件事並繼續讓它成長,由於大流行病,我們把它搬到了紐約。

  • I'm a new yorker.

    我是一個紐約人。

  • I want to help my city mayor, the mary royal candidate, eric Adams is coming.

    我想幫助我的城市市長,瑪麗王室的候選人,艾瑞克-亞當斯來了。

  • That was announced yesterday, which because he knows I'm here, I'm a new yorker.

    這是昨天宣佈的,這是因為他知道我在這裡,我是一個紐約人。

  • I'm not leaving brian, I mean, I'm ready to pay the taxes and I'll shut the lights out on the city because I'm a new yorker.

    我不會離開布萊恩,我的意思是,我已經準備好交稅,我會把這個城市的燈關上,因為我是一個紐約人。

  • Um, and so yes, it's been very beneficial.

    嗯,所以是的,這非常有益。

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • It's been an idea factory, but it was really born by accident.

    它一直是一個創意工廠,但它確實是在偶然中誕生的。

  • It was born from, from the crisis, you know, uh, the pandemic, um, probably accelerated our Bitcoin exposure.

    它誕生於,從危機中,你知道,呃,大流行病,呃,可能加速了我們的比特幣暴露。

  • We were going there anyway, but we probably got it accelerated.

    我們反正要去那裡,但我們可能得到了加速。

  • And then the additional factor of the pandemic as I started buying into these late stage secondaries, um, which became available to us as people were dislocating or there was financial issues arising in people and they wanted to sell some shares in these private companies.

    然後大流行的額外因素,因為我開始買入這些後期的二級公司,嗯,這些公司成為我們可以利用的,因為人們流離失所或有財務問題產生,他們想出售這些私人公司的一些股份。

  • And so now we have a secondary business and a lot of these things happen accidentally.

    是以,現在我們有一個次要的業務,很多這些事情都是意外發生的。

  • But here's the thing about being an entrepreneur, you've got to be in the position of being willing to take the risk.

    但作為一個企業家的問題是,你必須處於願意承擔風險的位置。

  • You've got to be in the position of being willing to be nace aid.

    你必須處於願意成為Nace援助的位置。

  • One of my closest friends, my roommate from Tufts, uh, he works at Goldman, I want to use his name, but he will be mad at me because he's a low key guy.

    我最親密的朋友之一,我在塔夫茨大學的室友,呃,他在高盛工作,我想用他的名字,但他會對我生氣,因為他是個低調的人。

  • I was in East Hand and uh last week and I ran into him and we're good friends, you know, go to met games together with socialized.

    我上週在東漢和呃,我碰到了他,我們是好朋友,你知道的,一起去參加見面會和社交活動。

  • He's like, I'm dying to ask you, how did you have the, you know, kate jones to put Bitcoin in that portfolio and didn't it cause a lot of institutional havoc for you?

    他說,我很想問你,你怎麼會有,你知道,凱特-瓊斯把比特幣放在那個投資組合裡,它沒有給你帶來很多機構性的破壞嗎?

  • And I said, yeah, he said, well how the hell, I mean I would have never done that.

    我說,是的,他說,好吧,怎麼會這樣,我是說我永遠不會這樣做。

  • He said to me, he's a Goldman guy and his great guys, very smart is right, straight laced.

    他對我說,他是一個戈德曼人,他的偉大的人,非常聰明是正確的,直率的人。

  • I said Ricky, well I had to throw the ball, you know, I'm in a situation like that, I got to look at it and say, okay, this may be counter intuitive or maybe contrarian.

    我說瑞奇,好吧,我不得不扔球,你知道,我在這樣的情況下,我得看看它,說,好吧,這可能是反直覺的,也許是逆向的。

  • Um, but I think I sized it right, I didn't size it where I took 70% of our board volume, put it in there.

    嗯,但我認為我的尺寸是正確的,我沒有把它的尺寸定在我們董事會體積的70%,把它放在那裡。

  • I put a small piece of the portfolio in there because of the factors that I saw that I thought would be successful and by the way brian that's happened to me where I've lost that money.

    我把一小部分投資組合放在那裡,因為我看到了我認為會成功的因素,順便說一下,布萊恩,我也發生過這種情況,我已經失去了這筆錢。

  • So I'm not sitting here beating my chest, I'm just trying to point out, but if you're an entrepreneur, you have to be doing those things, uh, that keeps you naturally plastic, keeps you open minded.

    所以我不是坐在這裡拍胸脯,我只是想指出,但如果你是一個企業家,你必須要做那些事情,呃,讓你保持自然的可塑性,讓你保持開放的思維。

  • uh, and it also, you know, it could lead to losing your front T2 as you hit the curb.

    呃,而且它還,你知道,它可能導致在你撞上路邊時失去你的前T2。

  • But, but I think by and large has served me well.

    但是,但我認為總的來說對我有好處。

  • Yeah, I mean if people look at your career so far, um, yeah, they see all the winds, but those don't come unless you're don't have, I don't believe me, they saw some miserable defeats to trust me.

    是的,我的意思是,如果人們看你的職業生涯到目前為止,嗯,是的,他們看到所有的風,但那些不來,除非你沒有,我不相信我,他們看到一些悲慘的失敗來相信我。

  • That white house experience was seen by many as general kelly.

    那次白宮經歷被許多人看作是凱利將軍。

  • He was a very good friend of mine says that was a pretty famous firing.

    他是我的一個非常好的朋友,說那是一次相當著名的解僱。

  • Huh?

    嗯?

  • They said why?

    他們說為什麼?

  • Yeah, it wasn't Truman fired Macarthur, but you really did crush me.

    是的,不是杜魯門解僱了麥克阿瑟,但你真的把我壓垮了。

  • Yeah, it was impressive and impressive how you dealt with it as well.

    是的,這令人印象深刻,也令人對你的處理方式印象深刻。

  • And I think a net gain for you.

    我認為對你來說是一個淨收益。

  • Um, final thoughts, Anthony for people listening, whether they're curious about Bitcoin or just like you said throwing the ball or getting in the game and not sitting back, just, just final thoughts.

    嗯,最後的想法,安東尼對於聽的人來說,無論他們是對比特幣感到好奇,還是像你說的扔球或進入遊戲,不坐視不理,只是,只是最後的想法。

  • Uh, well, I'll leave you with the one piece of my life that I always repeat to myself every morning and it's from mel brooks, the american comedian, relax, none of us are getting out of here alive And I just think you need to put it in perspective, you know, and and and jobs said it at the 2005 Steven jobs, said at the 2005 commencement speech, he was sick with cancer.

    呃,好吧,我給你留下我生命中的一段話,我每天早上總是對自己重複,這是美國喜劇演員梅爾-布魯克斯說的,放鬆,我們沒有人能夠活著離開這裡,我只是認為你需要把它放在正確的角度,你知道,和和工作在2005年史蒂文-工作說,在2005年的畢業演講中,他患了癌症。

  • Um, and he said, you know, go for it man, because you know, we're all ended up in the same place in the ground or cremated, whatever, Go for it, you know, in 120 short years, unless we solve for aging and maybe we will uh, everyone that is taking a breath on this planet will not be here.

    嗯,他說,你知道,去吧,因為你知道,我們都結束在同一個地方,在地面上或火化,不管怎麼樣,去吧,你知道,在120年內,除非我們解決老化問題,也許我們會呃,在這個星球上呼吸的所有人都不會在這裡。

  • There will be a recirculation of new people that will have replaced all the people that are doing all these funny and amazing or not so amazing things on this planet.

    將會有一個新的人的再循環,他們將取代所有的人,在這個星球上做所有這些有趣的、驚人的或不那麼驚人的事情。

  • And so you're here visiting the planet, so don't take it, that's seriously in one way and take it very seriously in another way.

    是以,你在這裡訪問這個星球,所以不要把它,這在一個方面是認真的,在另一個方面是非常認真的。

  • So if you're having a bad day trying to take it seriously, but take your life seriously and be live with purpose and that's what I try to do.

    是以,如果你有一個糟糕的一天,試圖認真對待,但認真對待你的生活,有目的的生活,這就是我試圖做的。

  • I get up in the morning, so, okay, let's go, what are we doing today?

    我早上起來,所以,好吧,我們走吧,我們今天要做什麼?

You know, I'm coming up on 10 years next month of broadcasting and it might sound like a cliche, but I think ideas are the greatest currency and clearly you run salt conference and I'm guessing tell me if I'm wrong Anthony, but like me, you got the best seat in the house.

你知道,我下個月就要從事廣播工作10年了,這聽起來可能是老生常談,但我認為思想是最偉大的貨幣,顯然你掌管著鹽業會議,我猜想如果我錯了請告訴我,安東尼,但和我一樣,你得到了房子裡最好的座位。

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