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Sunday, April 20, 2014
- The U.S. is an oligarchy, not a democracy. (BBC Echo Chambers)
- A Silicon Valley disaster: A 21-year-old Stanford kid got U.S.$30 million, then everything blew up. (Business Insider)
- The Bill Watterson (Creator of Calvin and Hobbes) interview. (The Comics Journal)
- Singh's Last Sigh; Statistics, Optics and Harsh Reality. (New IE)
- If the Family loses its hand... (Outlook India)
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Thursday, April 17, 2014
What is common to Mukesh Ambani, Richard Branson, John Chambers, Satya Nadella, Ajay Banga, and Shantanu Nayaren? Of course, they are hugely successful business leaders. Apart from that, what is the common thing that connects them all?
"Being smart, having capital, getting along with people, buying low, selling high -- these are all important things that every good manager does. But if you want to really be part of that group of successful leaders then you must always be thinking ahead. Way, way head. You must ask yourself all the time what decisions will I be making (or not making) today that will affect my business not next week or next month, but two, three, four years from now?"
Go to Entrepreneur.com to read the complete piece titled, 'The One Trait Successful Leaders Share'.