But I think the subtle difference and what I’m doing with Dailyvee and my podcast, and my articles is going deeper into the details. Into the real tactics and that make a successful entrepreneur. I think that’s the ultimate education if you are interested in business.
…livin’ my best life in a geek’s paradise.” I’m proud to be a geek myself, but I abhor “geek speak.” One of my favorite Einstein quotes is: “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” I’ve used this quote to drive my communication, both professionally and personally.
Stanford’s Simard suggests Heiferman did a number of things right here, too. First off, she says, he didn’t delegate the job of sourcing good candidates to recruiters. He tapped his personal network to find nontraditional candidates. Second, he found someone who wasn’t looking for a new job. “Often, the narrative is, ‘well no one applied,’” she says. “But he said, ‘the talent is out there and I need to go and seek it out.’”