The Founders Live Podcast

114 - GK Khanna of Brain Racers: Sometimes You Can’t Describe Why To Start Something, You Just Know

March 14, 2021 Season 2 Episode 114
The Founders Live Podcast
114 - GK Khanna of Brain Racers: Sometimes You Can’t Describe Why To Start Something, You Just Know
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The Founders Live Podcast
114 - GK Khanna of Brain Racers: Sometimes You Can’t Describe Why To Start Something, You Just Know
Mar 14, 2021 Season 2 Episode 114

Nick Hughes is joined by Gianender Khanna of Brain Racers from Toronto, Canada who was also a Founders Live Prime Time Global Finalist back in 2020. GK is the CEO of Brain Racers - The world's first massive multiplayer cognitive race - their goal is to create a platform to celebrate brain athletes, like we do physical athletes in the world.  Nick and GK have another fun conversation (their first conversation you can find earlier in the podcast episodes when GK was a Global Prime Time Finalist) that starts with GK's background, upbringing and youth lessons which have influenced his approach to entrepreneurship today. They then dive into Brain Racers and how GK sees a new world of brain competitions similar to how we celebrate athletic competitions, and how these challenges will help people of all ages improve their intelligence and stay sharp. Nick and GK really get into what this could mean for the future of learning, intelligence and cognitive abilities as we continue in a tech advanced world.  So much good stuff in this podcast, this is a very interesting conversation and we hope it helps you today.

https://brainracers.gg/

Show Notes

Nick Hughes is joined by Gianender Khanna of Brain Racers from Toronto, Canada who was also a Founders Live Prime Time Global Finalist back in 2020. GK is the CEO of Brain Racers - The world's first massive multiplayer cognitive race - their goal is to create a platform to celebrate brain athletes, like we do physical athletes in the world.  Nick and GK have another fun conversation (their first conversation you can find earlier in the podcast episodes when GK was a Global Prime Time Finalist) that starts with GK's background, upbringing and youth lessons which have influenced his approach to entrepreneurship today. They then dive into Brain Racers and how GK sees a new world of brain competitions similar to how we celebrate athletic competitions, and how these challenges will help people of all ages improve their intelligence and stay sharp. Nick and GK really get into what this could mean for the future of learning, intelligence and cognitive abilities as we continue in a tech advanced world.  So much good stuff in this podcast, this is a very interesting conversation and we hope it helps you today.

https://brainracers.gg/