Things You Didn’t Know About This Legend
Published: November 7, 2022
Last updated: January 7, 2024
By Joshua Smith 🇦🇺
I Help Beginners Build Profitable Websites
Welcome to the ultimate analysis of David Sacks for 2024.
I’ve spent thousands of hours watching successful business educators on YouTube.
And I’m a huge fan of the All-In Podcast. I tune in every weekend like a ritual to listen in on the roundtable discussion with Jason Calacanis, Chamath Palihapitiya, David Sacks and David Friedberg. Pure gold.
The goal of these profiles is to show you the different ways people have built 6 and 7-figure businesses online, so you can see what it takes to find your own success, starting today.
David Sacks Facts
💡Full Name and Age
David Sacks is 51 years old.
🤑 Net Worth
My most accurate estimate is that David Sacks has a net worth of $270,000,000 USD as of 2024.
🤩 Income Streams
Much of his money is invested into startups and high-growth ETFs.
David Sacks lives in on Broadway Street, San Francisco, United States. This street is known as Billionaire’s Row.
He’s rational, smart and chilled.
❌ Notable Complaints
None that I could find.
🚀 The X-Factor
His reputation is pretty strong.
📈 Creator Trends
David remains very popular in Silicon Valley.
🕵🏻♂️ Private Life
David Sacks is married to Jacqueline Tortorice and they have been married for 15+ years. They have one son and two daughters together.
👨🏻💻 My Verdict
One of my favorite guests of the All-In podcast and whose journey I have followed closely. Much respect to this incredible creator!
I’m Joshua Smith from Australia. I have been building profitable content sites since 2011.
Today, in addition to managing my own portfolio, I actively help others on their journey.
How much does David Sacks make and how?
David Sacks probably makes $170,000 per month through venture capital deals and his real estate portfolio. Of course – these numbers he won’t admit publicly! 😉
The X Factor
The unique qualities of David include:
➜ He advocates for freedom and transparency in tech
➜ He’s an incredibly smart passive and active investor
➜ He has worked incredibly hard over 30+ years
➜ He is respected by many within Craft Ventures
And ultimately, he isn’t retiring anytime soon. He’s played the long game and has stayed consistently in his lane.
Ultimately, I’ve learned a ton from watching his videos on Youtube and podcast episodes.
My key takeaways include:
➜ You need to be laser-focused
➜ Ignore the haters and critics
➜ Find one thing and stick to it
➜ Work with a qualified mentor
And build a community around you that includes a ton of high achievers.