A fundamental belief that entrepreneurship is the answer to nearly all the issues we face today has shaped the life of Daniel Epstein, founder of Unreasonable. This interview, led by George Kembel, co-founder and global director of Stanford’s d.school, uncovers everything from Daniel’s childhood and his path to entrepreneurship to the story behind Unreasonable and what makes him tick.
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By the time he received his degree in philosophy from the University of Colorado Boulder, Daniel had already started three companies. In 2012 he was recognized by Inc. Magazine as a “30 Under 30″ entrepreneur and by Forbes as a top entrepreneur on its “Impact 30” list.
This passion for entrepreneurship and startups has led to the creation of the Unreasonable Group. The vision of Unreasonable Group is to create a collective family of companies that will, together, put the greatest challenges of our time where they belong—in a museum. The mission is to be the largest and most effective platform in the world for entrepreneurs solving BFPs (Big F**king Problems).
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Daniel is proudly the founder of many Unreasonable companies, including the Unreasonable Institute, Unreasonable.is, Unreasonable at Sea, Unreasonable Media and Unreasonable Capital.
This interview originally published in 2014. For more from Daniel Epstein, check out his writing on UNREASONABLE.is here.