Accept that, regardless of your industry, you’re a learning company.
Successful entrepreneurs often satisfy a single but important unmet need of a market. If you can satisfy just one single but important need of a market, you can start and likely sustain a company.
“You have a knack for turning the complex into the simple,” an ex-colleague once told me.
It’s not me; it’s karma. :) You see, English is my target language, but not my first language. And that can be a big plus. Here’s why: being a non-native speaker of a target language nudges you into streamlining your speech and writing.
Those stories by ‘strangers’ matter. A lot.
Please treat ‘strangers’ who interact with you today better.
“I looked at lots of companies and why I thought they don’t succeed over time… And I said, what did they fundamentally do wrong? What did those companies all do wrong? And usually it’s just that they missed the future.” – Larry Page, CEO of Google