Founder, Good Life Project. Author, Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt into Fuel for Brilliance.
Believes you’ll be better served to focus on how you can move people as opposed to creating “content.”
Thinks the only bad decision is indecision, because it leads to inaction.
“The more certain you are of the answer or the outcome in advance, the more likely it is to have been done already—to be derivative—and the less anyone will care, including you.”
Believes you should worry less about growing your audience, and instead work to delight the audience you have.
Thinks to succeed in business you’ve got to solve a very specific problem for a very specific person.
“When you run from uncertainty, you end up running from life.”
Believes great work requires actions in the face of uncertainty and that there are strategies that can help you overcome a fear of uncertainty.
Thinks people in their 20s are should experiment with things as opposed to focusing on one.
Thanks to Melissa Sariffodeen for suggesting Jonathan.
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