Believes in self-management as an organizational structure for companies.
Thinks work-life integration is more important than work-life separation or work-life balance.
“Money alone isn’t enough to bring happiness. Happiness is when you’re actually truly ok with losing everything you have.”
Believes you can increase your luck by building real relationships with a lot of people.
Thinks if you want to be an entrepreneur you’re better off spending money on starting a business than going to college.
“Without conscious and deliberate effort, inertia always wins.”
Believes the key to growing a business is to focus on existing customers instead of attracting new ones.
Thinks asking people how weird they are is a great interview question to help assess whether they’re a good fit for your company.
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