Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 23 Apr (Thurs) – Mark Zuckerberg shared some simple advice for success: Don’t give up


  • Mark Zuckerberg shared some simple advice for success: Don’t give up: BI
  • The incredible rags-to-riches story of British lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone: BI
  • How to Determine Which Part of What You Know Really Matters: K@W
  • A woman created an awesome resume to land her dream job at Airbnb — and it caught the CEO’s attention immediately; resume showcases what she knows about the travel industry, what she could contribute to Airbnb, and what she thinks the company should pursue next: BI
  • The Secret To Getting Good At Things Quickly: Forbes
  • Great Entrepreneurs Share These Six Traits – And Some May Surprise You: Forbes
  • How Spanx got me an interview with Warren Buffett: BI
  • Here’s how ‘Mad Men’ creator Matthew Weiner manages his super busy schedule: BI
  • 7 Strategies That Make Speechwriting Easier: Slideshare
  • What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?: LinkedIn
  • This Design Professor Makes Products With No Labels On Them: Bloomberg
  • Nice Ph.D. Think It Was Worth It?: Bloomberg
  • Everyone Profits from the Return on Character; soft factors like integrity, forgiveness, and compassion energize employees and customers — and deliver better returns: Strategy&
  • The world’s brightest scientific minds posed for this 1927 photo after historic debates about quantum mechanics: BI
  • Fortune’s World’s Greatest Leaders: 50 intrepid guides for a messy world: Fortune
  • A study in enterprise risk management: Lee Kuan Yew’s governance gives several case studies of enterprise risk management: Risks were identified, assessed, responded to, controlled, and monitored: BT
  • Can Your Relationship Handle a Trip to IKEA? The furniture store can easily lead to arguments for stressed-out couples; how to avoid the ‘IKEA meltdown’: WSJ
  • A Startup Sours After A Falling Out; A Florida entrepreneur’s company fizzles after a messy split with investor and co-founders: WSJ
  • Five of the most epic failures in business history: Quartz
  • How revolution discovered its need of business: JA

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