Last week I had a chance to attend a communication course. To be honest, I have attended my share of these types of ‘leadership’ and ‘management’ courses, and the results have been mixed at best. However, this one is different. Very different.
One random day in 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white passenger, as requested by the bus driver. That led to the Montgomery bus boycott, and of course, ultimately leading to the famous speech by Martin Luther King, “I have a dream“.
Building a startup is a whole lot like starting a love relationship. Oh, as you go further into the journey, such as raising a series A, term sheet negotiation with institutional investors is pretty much identical to signing a prenuptial agreement. But let’s be patient, we will get to that later. Everyone has to start…
Another startup weekend. Another major disappointment. I am not dissing startup weekend. I like it. I have helped organise one, mentor and judge on a few other ones. I love the enthusiasm, excitement and the wonderful vibe one can always experience from this volunteer-run event.
From the day we are born, we all share one destiny. We are on our way to death. This is perhaps the biggest paradox in this world, the journey which we strive towards this ultimate destiny is what we call life.
前幾個禮拜，在路上看到一位媽媽對一位大概只有三四歲的小孩大罵。 “我講過好多次，你不要挑戰我的底線！” 我可以肯定，那個哭得很可憐的小女生應該聽不懂這種在電視劇才出現的對白。反而那位母親在工作上卻是挺有機會聽到這句話。父母潛意識找小孩發洩實在是非常普遍的。