Kyle Bass Interviews Mark Cuban: “AI Will Assist The FANG Stocks Squash Bitcoin”

Entrepreneur and TELEVISION personality Mark Cuban is one of the most visible entrepreneurs in America (present occupant of the Oval Office aside)– though whether his track record is warranted or not is open to debate. LIke Trump, he is a master of self-promotion– he authored a popular business book– the appropriately titled “How To Win At The Sport Of Business” (Cuban owns the Dallas Mavericks)– and is among the hosts on a popular network reality TV program, “Shark Tank.”

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And in an interview Kyle Bass for are two of the most-overhyped tech trends of the

year.But initially, Cuban and Bass heat up with some small talk about parenting, where Cuban easily shares his technique for raising kids to not become, in his words, “entitled jerks.”

MC: It’s like, you desire something? You need to make it. It might be doing math. Like, with my 8-year-old, it’s math for money. You have to address math concerns to make $1 or $5.

With my middle child, it’s reading a non-school book. So, I’ll give her a history book or a bio. And she’ll make $20. If it’s over 300 pages, she can make more.And then my oldest daughter is a difficulty. My 14-year-old, that’s a whole various beast. All those things worked up till this year.So, we’re resolving attempting to determine exactly what sort of jobsshe can do. So, the point being that, I desire them to recognize like I did growing up, that you have to earn exactly what you’re getting which it’s just not going to be awaiting you. And so, whether that quantity is $5 million like I have now or $10 million when they get to 30, then who understands? We can change. It’s I believe now is actually where it matters and the habits that I get them into now are important.While Shark Tank doesn’t pay as well as some of his other endeavors, Cuban says doing the show is a labor of love.

He says he delights in hearing stories from parents about how seeing shark tank inspired their kids to become more entrepreneurial.Read the complete short article here by