When startups fail, founders don't get an 'A' for effort. That's not how it works in the real world -- certainly not when lives are at stake.
The career choice between a corporate job and entrepreneurship is life changing, for good or ill. Don't let anybody talk you into either.
Success doesn't come from books or blogs; the only person who can change the outcome for you is you.
Building Your Online Presence
Be true to your views but choose your words carefully. What you say online can never be erased.
Working in an office filled with self-absorbed, blame-deflecting do-nothings makes you long for when the robots will take over.
Make a good first impression, show up on time, work hard. Now go figure out the rest for yourself.
When Alex Lidow was a personal and professional low, he decided to climb back up by disrupting that technological building block, the semiconductor.
You have to be optimistic to take on the challenges of entrepreneurship but you need to stay real to succeed at it.
Inspiration seldom comes on demand but often arrives when it is unexpected.
Authenticity and courage are leadership traits you can't get from a book or coach.
Apple's Tim Cook has never launched a company, yet he is a far bigger risk taker than many who revel in calling themselves entrepreneurs.
The competition is enormous -- and so is the level of noise you have to get over just to be seen and heard by potential customers.
Just a couple of years ago, everyone though Twitter would be the next Facebook. Then everything went to hell.
Business leadership is a full-contact sport. The best performing teams conflict often, openly, and constructively.
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