3 Short-Term Goals to Set Today for Incredible Success Tomorrow @Quora @auren on.inc.com/2eRlBf0
the future we will need more creatives and less planners
I'm not sure which direction the causality runs, but the higher you go in a hierarchy, the more of a salesperson you become.
With so much information now online, a strong work ethic and growth mindset, even more than knowledge, predicts your future success.
I just published “SafeGraph adds Takashi Yonebayashi and Charles Blanchet to fuel growth” medium.com/p/safegraph-ad…
This tension is summed up in a story you will know - Cain and Able. The tension between the migrant herder and the settled farmer.
Most fit and healthy people are often just genetically lucky. hard to model people who win the gene lottery. twitter.com/naval/status/8…
was taught by @McAndrew
: there is tension in the world between Somewhere People and Anywhere People
reveal why having fewer employees can actually help you grow faster not slower on @saastr buff.ly/2u4KmrI #startup #vc
great way to think about company formation twitter.com/arampell/statu…
but it is really helpful to know things if you want to be better at thinking twitter.com/mungerisms/sta…
reveal the 2 types of successful #sales
people & when you need which one in the process on @saastr
? buff.ly/2tcaBLv #vc
is one of the best podcasts. So excited to be a part of it. All my theories in 24 minutes. twitter.com/HarryStebbings…
many of the smartest people still going to hedge funds & adtech: slowing down progress of other industries which are arguably more important
computational biologists are now getting hired in droves by hedge funds. expect slower progress in gene editing than expected.
The bay area cost of living doesn't have to be as egregious as it is. Massive failure of policy and politicians is denying people a future.
have never seen an article headlined “work harder, not smarter” ... but that is the easier strategy
I just subscribed to Siftery Track. Check it out 👉producthunt.com/upcoming/sifte…
one thing every ideology can agree on -- lowering costs in health care, housing, transportation, and education would help the world twitter.com/trengriffin/st…
Come learn about the movement of humans & GIS with #Safegraph
Zone hall A at #EsriUC
adding conference rooms does not alleviate overbooking (just like adding lanes on highways does not alleviate traffic)
making fewer decisions leads to better decisions
the number of elites increased by two orders of magnitude ... and that has created a lot of angst and dislocation in society
Super fascinating for marketers and everyone else. getpocket.com/@auren/share/2…
One of the best commencement speeches of all time getpocket.com/@auren/share/2…
common mistake smart people make: over-optimizing for the medium term when they think they are optimizing for the long term
I am going to do an ICO for ExcelCoin.
PROBLEM: no central trusted counterparty keeps track of cryptocurrencies
SOLUTION: I will, in Excel
Great idea. I plan on copying this. twitter.com/hunterwalk/sta…
the quality of a conference is determined by the quality of the median attendee
Answer: Marry the right person. quora.com/What-are-some-…
What are some good strategies to become wealthy? quora.com/What-are-some-…
savings promotes ethics. highly leveraged people are much more likely to act unethically in business if things go wrong.
human movement data highlighted at #EsriUC
to demo GIS #BigData
analytics! nice #spatiotemporalbigdatastore @amollenkopf
How to make mergers and acquisitions more successful? quora.com/Which-has-been…
saving promotes ethics. Having a savings cushion will allow you to act in a more ethical way.
remember in the old days when you would need to defrag your disk drive every year? is there something like that for the brain?
"It's not what you know, it's who you know." True or false? @lessin
discusses with @auren
A tolerance for cognitive dissonance is a key meta-skill for founders
for me, the hardest thing about leading a startup is having to be both the most skeptical person in the room and also the most optimistic.
Good News: Working Hard Can Actually Make You Smarter @Quora @auren on.inc.com/2uuWzpq
What are the differences between a successful B2B and B2C startup culture? quora.com/What-are-the-d…
for choosing a CEO: it is really important that the core strengths of the CEO reflex the core strengths of the organization
has been an @Acxiom
company for 3 years - Here's why the acquisition was so successful! okt.to/AOf1Sh @auren
My answer to How important is being well-liked? quora.com/How-important-…
Go deeper, not broader. (advice for both businesses and personal growth)
Interesting read on social status. getpocket.com/@auren/share/2…
Google Photos uses your compute power, not theirs. future of B2C computing uses your processor, your power, etc.
"It's not what you know, it's who you know" @auren
thinks this was true until 10 years ago. go.theinformation.com/f57032 #ModestConversations