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Go Go Gadget Me

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Tim Chang
Partner, Mayfield Fund
Harpreet Singh Rai
CEO, Oura Ring

Go Go Gadget Me
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We'd all like to use our bodies like a Ferrari, but maybe end up treating it like a trash compactor (T-1000 vs. Bender). Solutions are obvious (sleep, diet, etc.), but tracking/accountability always fall short. Personal devices are not new, but desire and ability to understand the power of these tools is evolving, quickly. In this episode we're joined by CEO of Oura, Harpreet Singh Rai, and Tim Chang, Partner at Mayfield Fund, to discuss the growing and improving world of quantified self and digital health.

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Joey Levy
Co-Founder, SimpleBet

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QED Investors
Leif Abraham
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Stocks are back! And you don't need a three-piece suit and a huge tie to be a trader anymore...you don't even even need a computer or to own a whole share. Access to wealth management hasn't really ever been for the masses, but our guests are changing that. In this episode we’re joined by Co-CEO of Public.com, Leif Abraham, and Frank Rotman, Founding Partner of QED Investors, to discuss the evolution and implications of a personal wealth management revolution.

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