Can We Stop Obsessing Over Failure?
The inventor shares how his business struggles paved the way for runaway success.
Video | 39:22
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Learn how three fearless women entrepreneurs became crusaders for innovation in their industries and society at large.
Video | 48:04
Through her game changing business, Butler says she's been on a mission to change the definition of beauty.
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Masters of Scale host Reid Hoffman argues that finding the right values to guide how you develop your product might just be more important than finding the right market – and that may require a pivot or two. If you choose your values wisely, they can be the launch ramps that help you soar.
Audio | 31:08
Pivoting requires fast iteration, committing to what works – and moving on from what doesn't. Zynga CEO Mark Pincus learned this lesson early in his career, when he started an ill-fated social network called Tribe. He shares the story, and his powerful takeaway, here.
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Pivoting is an essential part of so many entrepreneurial journeys. But how do you know if you're pivoting to the right thing? Eric Ries actually coined the term "pivot" in the business context. Hear his guidelines for figuring out if the pivot you have in mind will take you closer to your vision.
Audio | 45:48
As a first-time CEO in a new industry that’s experiencing the worst that the pandemic has to offer, Shelli Taylor, CEO of the cinema chain Alamo Drafthouse, has had to learn how to manage her stress. She provides two pieces of advice: Remind yourself that this crisis will pass, and exercise.
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Triage, triage, triage. In crisis, you'll need to know how to act, and your first priority may not be what you think. Selina Tobaccowala, co-founder of Evite, on how she discovered the most important thing is not fighting the crisis – but communicating first.
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