The tech entrepreneur turning science fiction into reality teaches his kids 3 lessons to help them dream big
Not many people can say that they've made a career of fulfilling their childhood dreams, but Peter Diamandis likes to see his 9-year-old self as the driving force in his life.
Diamandis is a serial entrepreneur who's founded the XPRIZE entrepreneur competition series, the tech research center Singularity University, and the life-extension company Human Longevity, Inc. - all companies essentially making science fiction reality.
The privilege he's had to pursue his childhood passions has influenced the way he's raised his own children, 6-year-old twin boys Dax and Jed, he told us in for an episode of Business Insider's podcast "Success! How I Did It."
"So I've thought about this a lot, and the realization was, there are three things that I think are important right now for anybody to teach their kids," he said. "I don't care if they're 3 years old or 23 years old."
26th March 2018