“If there’s a road that leads to perfect, the road that travels in the opposite direction leads to launching. Nothing will ever be perfect—not your product, service, messaging, etc. But the only real way to test it is by getting your work in front of people. Flaws can be adjusted, but the only way to find them is to get your work out there.”—hyper-phobic entrepreneur Paul Jarvis on facing your fears in order to succeed.
“It’s scary to do things your own way, because it feels more personal. But I know firsthand that carving your own path is the only way to do meaningful work.”—Paul Jarvis, the entrepreneur who faced his fears and found hard-fought success.
“Great entrepreneurs aren’t fearless. Instead, they acknowledge their fear (even if they feel scared of everything) and try new ideas anyway. It’s the best way to succeed on your own terms.”—Paul Jarvis, the entrepreneur who faced his (many) fears and found hard-fought success.
“Empowering women with practical skills and a network of support just makes sense. Our opportunity in terms of driving innovation in the world today comes from pooling the potential of the full population, not just 50% of it.”—says Gina Bianchini, founder and CEO of Mightybell and co-founder of Lean In, who is helping a new generation of women business leaders.