“A brand for a company is like a reputation for a person. You earn reputation by trying to do hard things well.” – Jeff Bezos, Founder, Amazon.com
Having a good reputation is important to the success of a business. Keeping up that reputation takes hard work and dedication.
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For those new to the ENTR Innovation Challenge here is a recap.
Here’s the challenge:
-30 minutes per day
-Watch 1 TED Talk and read 1 Blink per day Monday-Friday. Take the weekends off.
-A Blink is a short 15-minute summary of key concepts of a book. (www.blinkist.com)
It may sound like a big commitment but it’s easier than you think. Blinkist offers audio versions for most books; I get through my daily innovation while walking the dog.
Just to make sure there are no excuses for not giving this challenge a try, I have put together a list for you. Each day has a Ted Talk and a Blink with a similar theme. Topics range from entrepreneurship, innovation, creativity, productivity, and general life hacks. Week 4 is below, check back to the blog each week for a new list. www.Ventureformations.com/blog
Why We Have Too Few Female Leaders
I Know How She Does It
Author: Laura Vanderkam
Navi Radjou: Creative Problem-Solving in the Face of Extreme
Book: The Effective Executive
Author: Peter F. Drucker
What Consumers Want
Conversations That Sell: Collaborate with Buyers and Make Every Conversations Count
Author: Nancy Bleeke
Employees First, Customers Second
The Customer Service Revolution
Author: John R. DiJulius III
Trial, Error and the Good Complex
Learn or Die
Author: Edward D. Hess