naveen jain

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[image links to video interview w inside quest – where i found image]



adding page because of this..


Imagine if schools lived and cultivated this mindset “Dream so big that people think you’re absolutely crazy.” Naveen Jain

like big/crazy enough to get us all out of school/job

ie: ‘time is limited. do what you love.’ – Naveen Jain

Naveen Jain (@Naveen_Jain_CEO) tweeted at 8:26 AM – 28 Aug 2016 :

Life is abundant and everyone deserves to live a life they love, but time is limited. Do what you LOVE. #MakeItCount (

InsideQuest (@InsideQuest) tweeted at 7:46 PM – 1 Sep 2016 :

RT if you will always be a crazy dreamer. & don’t miss @Naveen_Jain_CEO on IQ! (

Naveen Jain (@Naveen_Jain_CEO) tweeted at 8:44 PM – 1 Sep 2016 :

Your true #passion is what you’d do if you had everything you ever wanted. If you do that now, you will have everything you’ve ever wanted. (

many/most can’t & for those who can.. dance won’t truly dance.. until we all can
many/most can’t do this (their passion now, ie: forced school/work/prison/panhandling/war…et al…. as their day…

and for those who already have this luxury... gaiman..degrasse tyson…. the dance they truly need/crave.. will never dance w/o all of us

ie: Amanda’s patreon ic panhandling…et al…takes up energy.. the earth would rather she channeled into her art/loves

there is a nother crazy way

ie: hosting-life-bits via self-talk as data

let’s do this firstfree art-ists.

for (blank)’s sake


find/follow Naveen

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An Entrepreneur, Dreamer & Lover of life. I am founder of ,, , & . Board of, .

his site:

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Naveen K. Jain (born September 6, 1959) is a business executive, entrepreneur and the founder and former CEO of InfoSpace. His work at InfoSpace was one of the contributors to the dot-com bubble. InfoSpace briefly became one of the largest internet companies in the American Northwest, before the crash of the dot-com bubble and a series of accounting lawsuits. After moving to Intelius, Jain co-founded Moon Express, where he is currently chairman.

Jain was born in India and grew up in a poor family. He earned an engineering degree from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee and an MBA from XLRI Jamshedpur before moving to the United States. Initially working for several tech companies, eventually joining Microsoft in 1989. He founded InfoSpace in 1996.


sent in to moonshot callout:

perhaps a ginormously small moonshot would be via a mechanism to refocus the infrastructure – so that 7 billion people could play. everyday. as the day.