Communication is a secret sauce for success in any field. Communicate an idea in a concise,simple way. We are social creatures, who interact on constant basis for various needs. Words matter a lot. It can show others if you are empathetic or arrogant. It can connect, blossom new friendship, or break it. Let me tell you about my experience a bit I spoke for the first time on stage while I was in my school.
Pitch your Idea Negative/Self-Critical “WhatIf” Scenarios Overcome Fear of failure Present the Big Picture. Sell your Idea Kindle their imagination Timing Follow up Promiseland Let me tell you a story from my little experience I had Help them make the Decision Black & White Be the messiah What happens next … ? One more thing.. Everyone has Ideas. Converting an idea to real life thing is hard.
My take away From CEO of Shopify and 5-hour energy drink. Need a good product Need bit of luck You can do everything right, but without a good product you will still fail Need to figure out who your audience or target customers are. There are different kind of normal people with different background. Identifying and focusing on them is very important. On parenting, from Manoj Bhargava if you raised your son bad, why give him money.
One of a prominent person I follow on Twitter. Some of his tweets are really profound and to the point. If you don’t know who is he here is the wiki link His Twitter handle here and some of my good reads have been in his blog post His tweets and blog are wealth of knowledge if you looking for advice on enterpreneurship, wealth and life in general. So I try to put together some of his words here which I have read over a period of time.
Munger explained in a 1994 speech at University of Southern California What is elementary, worldly wisdom? Well, the first rule is that you can’t really know anything if you just remember isolated facts and try and bang ‘em back. If the facts don’t hang together on a latticework of theory, you don’t have them in a usable form. You’ve got to have models in your head. And you’ve got to array your experience—both vicarious and direct—on this latticework of models.