I returned&saw under the sun that the race is not to the swift nor the battle to the strong, neither is bread to the wise nor riches to men of intelligence& understanding nor favor to men of skill; but time& chance happen to them all.
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4 Books that every entrepreneur should read: 1. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin 2. The Wealth of Nations, by Adam Smith 3. Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius 4. The Art of War, by Sun Tzu Read for 1-2 hours a day, and you'll be in the top 1% of society. Here's how:
An entrepreneur’s measure of success can’t overlook the personal development of everyone on their team.
This week I interviewed someone who: - Built a $1.5B company as COO - Sold a $1B company to Microsoft - Invested in 25 Here’s 10 timeless lessons from one of the greatest tech entrepreneurs of our generation:
Less planning. More execution. The best entrepreneurs and startups always execute as fast as possible.
There are two types of people in the world: 1. People who are good at their job. 2. People who make other people good at their jobs. The second group makes more money and has more free time than the first. Hint: you don't have to be an entrepreneur to be a #2.
If you’re an entrepreneur & only sharing your W’s on here, you’re doing a huge disservice to the next generation of entrepreneurs.