…le, by declining politely invitations and requests from too many events, journalists and investors. They keep their head clear by staying true to themselves and focusing on what really matter: their users and customers first, their people and organisation, their product and tech, their business model and go to market.
…e factor stood out more than others: Creating “psychologically safe environments.” The idea is that teams that allow everybody to speak, allow dissent, encourage safe discussions where it’s ok to be wrong — succeed more.
…for us: we are producers of entrepreneurs that will shape the reality and the myths of many people. They need to build their universe, to understand what people like and what motivates them, to know how to talk to them. And sell!“
Ha. Yes. I think my blog posts would be far better if I made them 50% of the length. The problem is that often less takes longer than more. It’s the irony of less. Less is more powerful but it’s often harder to produce. I made a decision in blogging that I wanted to opt for frequency and depth of thought. If I took t…