Whether they got some rest or stayed up late to follow all the action, Craig and Andy talk about the recent U.S. Presidential Election.
Andy rants about his frustration with parts of politics, specifically presidential elections. The general public has a lack of understanding of how probabilities work.
Craig describes the night as information asymmetry, where you know something that other people don’t, such as entrepreneurs who understand and manage risk and uncertainty well.
Make it a priority to take time to think about who, why, and how you are trying to serve people—your target audience—to make clear decisions.