A couple of years ago, I recently had the golden opportunity of watching the movie “The Intern”. I rarely watch movies and this is not a movie review. But “The Intern” is worth its weight in gold with its life lessons especially if someone is on an entrepreneurial journey like me and I am taking this opportunity to share my learning via this article.
The automotive industry is racing to introduce more electric vehicles, as the rhetoric by authorities and governments across the world increasingly shifts to curbing usage of highly polluting fossil fuels. To avoid being hit hard by sudden policy changes and also because of their rising environmental consciousness, they are shifting to cleaner technologies to run automobiles and bikes.
In an otherwise gloomy tech earnings seasons, with giants such as Tencent, Facebook, Twitter, and Netflix having reported significant losses, Apple has managed to buck trend.
Your brand should be big enough to matter but narrow enough to own. Your business creates the most value when it solves a meaningful customer need – in other words, is big – yet does so in a way only your business can, and thus is narrow.
PHD’s 2017 book Merge predicted how a handful of technologies will play a vital role in the inexorable union of man and machine over the next 20 years.
Founders of start-ups generally have a hate relationship with mistakes. They are often told of ways to avoid them. Mistakes are seen as the worst thing that could ever happen. While that may be partially true, while focusing on how terrible the mistake was, we often lose sight of how we can learn from it. The fact is that mistakes happen, no matter how hard we try to avoid them. We are only human, after all. Often, it may be the faults of others that cause your downfall. As hard as it is to stomach, it is also possible to learn from such interactions.
What makes you click on a piece of content such as a blog or article? Besides the fact that it might be a topic you’re interested in, how did you find it? You may have probably clicked on this article because of its catchy headline.