industrynoun

  • ja産業、工業
  • enthe people and activities involved in a particular type of business or provision of service

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We're back with Chris Pratt.
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And you used to be a door-to-door salesman?
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Yes, I did.
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What did you sell?
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I sold promotional coupons for businesses in the service industry — oil changes, trips to a day spa, salon.
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It's pretty cool.
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You've obviously decided that you wanna run the company.
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Why is that?
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Well, in just my view of looking through the technology industry and its history,
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I think the companies that have done the best have often been led by their founders, right?
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Or at least extremely early employees at the company.
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You're starting your own paper company.
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- Yeah, can you believe... - Why?
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'Cause I know paper.
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I know everything there is to know about paper.
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Do you know that the industry is in decline?
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Yeah.
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- Oh, God, I practically invented decline, right? - Right.
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And I think also just combining ideas from different industries is really helpful for innovation.
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So, what have people discovered in 1 industry?
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And can that be applied to other industries?
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That's, I think, also a great source of ideas.
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Yeah, well, it's good.
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What you're doing is disruptive, which is the most important thing in the music industry.
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You wanna be disruptive.
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You wanna introduce something new, which is what you're doing.
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If you had stayed at Harvard a few more years, would this computer revolution have passed you by?
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Perhaps.
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Things move very quickly in the industry.
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And it was really the urgency to get out there
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and be the first one to put BASIC on the microcomputer that caused me to drop out.
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Very few people have influenced more global industries all at once.
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And as the ambassador of future tech behind some of the world's coolest toys,
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this young billionaire's passing resemblance to Tony Stark is not a coincidence.
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The industry has evolved from being one of providing just data
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to being a mobile platform and providing mobile insights.
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And Trulia is the leader of providing those tools for consumers.
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He does that sometimes when he's insecure, which is basically all the time.
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I can't understand why he went into this industry.
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That blue represents millions of dollars and countless jobs.
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And it's sort of comical how you think that you've made a choice
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that exempts you from the fashion industry,
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when, in fact, you're wearing a sweater that was selected for you by the people in this room.
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The fashion industry is a dog-eat-dog, very difficult world
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where you're broken down from your head to your toe,
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constantly told that you're not good enough,
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waiting for the phone to ring.
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When I was a very young model, and at the height of my high fashion career,
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high fashion meaning Chanel and Dior and Armani
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and all of the the wonderful, high fashion designers in the world,
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I was told one season that I wasn't good enough.
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Welcome to Totally True Documentary.
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Today, we're following one of the rising stars in the music industry
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and take a peek into what it takes to be a successful musical artist in 2018.