Today, I learnt that people should be held accountable not for failing intelligently, but for failing to learn from it.
Today, I learnt that failure is success if we learn from it. Credit to Malcolm Forbes
Today, I learnt that when it comes to idea generation, quantity is the most predictable path to quality. Credit to Adam Grant, Originals
Today, I learnt that you should sell your customer what they want, but package it with what they need, so they get an authentic result. Just don’t talk about the need much in the sales copy. Because they don’t care! Credit to Jim Edwards
Today, I learnt that experiments are by their very nature, prone to failure. But a few big successes compensate for dozens and dozens of things that didn’t work. Credit to Jeff Bezos
Today, I learnt that the first thing to realize is that one should be a student of markets. Not products. Not techniques. Not copywriting. The first and most important thing to learn is what people want to buy. Credit to Gary Halbert
Today, I learnt that before you can be great, you have to be good. Before you can be good, you have to be bad. And before you can be bad, you have to try. You have to do something.
Today, I learnt that there is never enough time to do everything, but there is always enough time to do the most important thing. Act accordingly.
Today, I learnt that things rarely turn out precisely the way we hoped. Sometimes, if we’re lucky, we can figure out why. If we find the lesson and learn from it, it might be even more valuable than if we’d simply gotten lucky. So don’t waste the lesson. Credit to Seth Godin
Today, I learnt that virtue is a “golden mean” between the extremes of a quality. For example, courage is the golden mean between cowardliness on one extreme and impetuosity on the other. It should be each person’s life goal to reach the golden mean in each virtue, quality or attribute they aspire to. Credit to …