1. My dinner this evening, special thanks to you Ash for cooking it for me! #nofilter

    My dinner this evening, special thanks to you Ash for cooking it for me! #nofilter

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You Can Do Anything, 1936

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    You Can Do Anything, 1936

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You Can Do Anything, 1936

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    You Can Do Anything, 1936

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  4. Like Mark Twain used to say, if you eat a live frog for breakfast, the rest of the day will taste great (burp).

    Here are some tips for knocking more things of your To Do list today:

    - Keep just one list

    - The 1-3-5 Rule

    - Complete one cringe-worthy mission  before lunch

    Here’s the full story.

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To make discoveries, you have to be curious about why the universe is the way it is.

Isaac Asimov on curiosity, taking risk and the value of space exploration – priceless 1983 Muppets Magazine interview 

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    To make discoveries, you have to be curious about why the universe is the way it is.

    Isaac Asimov on curiosity, taking risk and the value of space exploration – priceless 1983 Muppets Magazine interview 

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  6. The Steepest Curve

    The learning curve in startup tech is steep. The very nature of disruptive tech is that the norm gets turned on its head! So how can one try to get a feel for a environment when said environment is so rapidly changing?

    Keeping up with each and every new startup seems most challenging as I haven’t experienced half of the problems that they have set out to solve! 

    What is the road to success in the tech startup world? Study traditional business models to reinvent them? Keep tabs on the freshest startups and try to think 1 step ahead? 

    There are so many tremendous resources to learn everything and anything about tech startup that it is actually counterproductive to the neophyte. There is no startup 101. Or is there? 

    Comments and answers to my questions welcome :-)

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