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Work/Life Balance - Roger McNamee (Elevation)
Date: 4/27/2005
Length: 0 minutes
Speaker(s): Roger McNamee
Sources: Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Description: When McNamee says, 'Your most important partner in a business is your spouse,' he believes that when working in a partnership, partners assimilate each other's passions, issues, and interests. He also says that life is all about
balancing one's career, family and bank account and all three are necessary for entrepreneurship.

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4/27/2005
Summary: When McNamee says, 'Your most important partner in a business is your spouse,' he believes that when working in a partnership, partners assimilate each other's passions, issues, and interests. He also says that life is all about
balancing one's career, family and bank account and all three are necessary for entrepreneurship. Watch More

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