Strategic Thinker/Parsons The New School
The mistake a lot of founders make is sacrificing everything to build a business they become a slave to — when it can very easily be the other way around with a bit of pre-planning and foresight up front.
It’s true that there is no substitute for talent. But talent without hard work is nothing, nothing at all. It flares briefly and explodes in the grey world, and afterwards we are not sure if it was anything at all.