2014 LA Hacks Keynote
The following keynote was delivered by Evan Spiegel, CEO of Snapchat, during LA Hacks at Pauley Pavilion on April 11, 2014.
I am very grateful for your time and attention this evening. It is absolutely incredible to see so many young people gathered here together to build things. I really appreciate you including me.
People frequently ask me about the keys to success and I’ve always been a bit curious myself.
But it wasn’t until recently that I found the answer. I was fortunate enough to have my palm read by a wise old man in a Hong Kong temple. In addition to learning that I will be married and have a son before I am 30 – he also gave me the three keys to success.
They are as follows:
1. Hard Work
3. Human Relationships
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