Thursday, March 30, 2017

I work for ideas, not people

All great ideas feel daunting at first. But a single soul with faith in that idea can reinvents an entire marketplace. 

Secondly, if everybody thinks your idea is crazy, you just might be onto something. And so, it’s worth taking every idea and vision at least one step, just in case. 

Third, most innovators never intend to start a business until they came up with good ideas that the people around them weren’t interested in. Proving, that the only thing more powerful than an idea is the culture that nourishes it, or that prevents it from taking root. 

If you want to monetize, polarize. 

Instead of hiding behind the idea that makes everyone feel equally indifferent, execute something worth being criticized.

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Do you work for ideas or work for people?

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Scott Ginsberg
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