Believes work doesn’t happen at work and that’s why you should get out of the office.
Thinks it’s not that hard to put something out there and that building on top of that to maintain and improve it is actually the harder thing to do.
“When everything constantly needs approval, you create a culture of nonthinkers.”
Believes deadlines are our best friends and that they serve quality, rather than being an obstacle to it.
Thinks you should cut your ideas in half and focus on the essentials of what you’re doing.
“If circumstances change, your decisions can change. Decisions are temporary.”
Believes making money takes practice the same way playing the piano takes practice.
Thinks answering three simple questions can help clarify how best to grow your business.
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