Suggests that failure and success are just points of data in a larger data set you can analyze and learn from.
Thinks the way to discover yourself is to turn information into knowledge.
“Mediocre strategies executed with excellence is better than great strategies with mediocre execution.”
Believes there is a simple formula for startup success: having great people, a great product, and great timing.
Thinks the secret to great storytelling is your ability to elicit and emotional response because that’s something people never forget.
“Your life is really, really short and if you’re not working on stuff that matters… then what are you working on… and why?”
Suggests instead of thinking about how to divide your time between family and work, you’re better served to focus on managing the tension between the two.
Believes the way to get more done is to clear your calendar because one of the greatest distractions you have is other people.
Thanks to Eric Hamblett for suggesting John.
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