By Ann Brown
Michael Seibel knows a thing or two about starting businesses. And not just starting new companies but making them successful. So who better to distill some wisdom on how to be an entrepreneur and how to tell if you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur.
Seibel often discovers and advises young startups. In fact, he became the first African-American partner and CEO at revered startup incubator Y Combinator in 2014 where he strived to make the competitive three-month-long program more diverse.
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Seibel, 36, co-founded Justin.tv in 2007, which evolved into Twitch in 2014 and he sold it to Amazon for $970 million. Next came Socialcam, a company he co-founded in 2012 and which later sold for $60 million. Besides launching companies, he also has an impressive list of successful companies he has advice and funding, such as Waze. Waze sold to Click here to read entire article