Innovaters and creators are persons who can to a higher degree than average accept the condition of aloneness.
There’s an old rap lyric that says “keys open doors” and it’s a metaphor about creating opportunities for yourself.
The journey to accomplishment is paved with more setbacks than pat on the backs because nothing worth having is easy to obtain.
When this happens you have to open up your own doors and create your own opportunities.
#expectgreatness #toasttotheamnitious #hustle
Small business owners share the affordable (and free!) apps they use to keep them organized and successful.
Puneet Kumar (MBA ‘14) shares three important entrepreneurial lessons he learned at Stanford GSB:
1. Find a business partner with complementary skills.
2. Understand the needs of the customer by talking to customers directly instead of pretending to think like a customer.
3. Pursue a field you are truly passionate about.
View more portraits and reflections from the Class of 2014 → http://stnfd.biz/xwWc1 #gsbinthemoment
I think a lot of companies tout failing fast, but the real key isn’t failing – we’re all going to do that. It’s not being afraid of failing that allows us to try new things, fall on our face and learn about how not to trip over our own shoelaces in the future.