I am late to the game on this one. I had seen talk about this speech but fell upon it today and saw a great presentation on belief, choice and faith - clearly worth the watch when you have 20 minutes.
Regardless of the current, meaningless trend to value a tech company by its users, a company needs fuel to keep running and that fuel will either come from customers or investors. In fact, those investors are the customers and they are buying into a ponzi...
Niche vs. Growth. When does it become apparent that a niche has grown to its full potential? In days, months, years?
The value of our offering appeals to a limited number of people or businesses for various reasons. The fact is" we must decide if what...
A quotidian habit.
Improvement really should be a daily habit. It makes it a much easier proposition.
Making particular processes a daily routine will ingrain the need to do each thing.
If you’ve ever had a habit of running nearly every day and you go at the same...
Just start. Act. Put your fingers on the keyboard and put down what comes out.
Change your place. Leave your desk and work outside. Take a seat in a different chair in your office. The new perspective often jogs new ideas out of your imagination.
Finding your way to a perceptive idea and penetrating approach are the steps to the creating your vision.
As the person who is at the helm, you must have a clear cut and distinct reason for the business. This reason must be clear to you. If you have not written and presented this reason a thousand times in a hundred different settings in dozens of forms, you don’t know what your business does.
by Maria Popova - Atlantic Article
The Great Gatsby author's surprisingly blunt advice to would-be writers:
I found this in the Atlantic but please check out her website with a lot of great stuff for those who like this kind of stuff: http://www.brainpickings.org/
Also / Notes: For...