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It's all about how you look at things.
It's one that LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman has given many, many times.
When you think the way entrepreneurs think, you see everything around you differently.
Matt Bodnar was always good at solving problems. But when he became CEO, he saw his company struggle under his leadership. So he made a drastic change.
Also, advice on how to define yourself from Malcolm Gladwell.
The key to a happy life: Clearly defined roles and responsibilities.
Look at your own inbox. The answer is staring at you.
We need to stop the division between 'older generation' and 'younger generation.' That holds both sides back.
The author and podcaster believes entrepreneurs and creatives should think of themselves as ever-adaptable -- open to opportunities wherever they come.
Don't miss the fourth point. It's also the key to a happy life.