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Jason Calacanis Net Worth: How Rich Is The Startup Founder and VC?

Facts About The All-In Podcast and This Week in Startups Host

Published: November 7, 2022

Last updated: January 8, 2023

By Joshua Smith πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of Jason Calacanis for 2023.

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.

Jason Calacanis Facts


πŸ’‘Full Name and Age

Jason Calacanis is 52 years old as of the 28th of November, 2022.

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.

That said, he looks and sounds like 39! There is something about startup founders that makes them look way younger.

πŸ€‘ Net Worth

As of 2023, Jason Calacanis has a net worth of $120 million. This includes the value of his main business and venture capital deals.

🀩 Income Streams

His main income is derived from angel investing and dividends from various companies.

🌍 Location

Jason lives in San Francisco, just like Sacks and Friedberg.

✌️Common Praise

He has supported Elon Musk through his struggles and provides genuine insights into running successful companies.

❌ Notable Complaints

Jason is often seen as the harshest critic in Silicon Valley.

πŸš€ The X-Factor

He isn’t afraid to speak his mind.

πŸ“ˆ Creator Trends

Jason has built an established audience and continues to grow his following on YouTube.

πŸ•΅πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Private Life

Jason is married to Jade Li and together they have 3 children, although like any successful tech founder, he prefers to keep their lives private.

πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» My Verdict

He may be controversial but Jason is someone who has empowered me through the hardest of times in business.

He’s clearly played the long game and hope his two podcasts continue for years to come.

About Me

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 Jason Calacanis make and how?

Jason Calacanis makes $320,000 per month through his business ventures and various investments. He doesn’t make any money off his podcasts (as neither have sponsors) as it serves as a platform to inspire other startup founders to make progress and pivot when necessary.

The X Factor

Jason is unique because:

➜ He isn’t afraid to lay dirt on certain founders

➜ He has worked consistently hard for 35 years.

➜ He looks way younger than he actually is

➜ He’s written a few very helpful books

➜ He’s featured Coffeezilla on his show multiple times

But of course, he isn’t without his controversy. Jason was famously called out by Lucker Palmer after years of bullying:

Some say that this was going to turn into a Jason Calacanis vs Palmer Lucky fight, but that didn’t eventuate.

My Verdict

Ultimately, I’ve learned a ton from Jason’s two very popular podcasts.

As such, I owe a ton of gratitude for him sharing everything so freely.

This Week in Startups is the equivalent of getting a business MBA.

Anyway, my key takeaways include:

➜ If business was easy, everyone would be doing it

➜ Ignore the haters, cynics and trolls online

➜ Stay persistent and hungry on your journey

➜ You become the 5 people you hang out with

And of course, work hard. This is a 10-year marathon, not a sprint. On a long-enough timeframe, success comes to everyone.

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