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Long-term success is as much about attitude as it is about product.
How do you rate yourself on the following?
I believe that
- good information can come from nobody; bad information can come from somebody;
- values verbalized must be values lived;
- to be valid, a social contract can not embrace the concept of “but me;
- fairness comes from applying all rules evenly and equally, no exceptions;
- listening, especially when it’s something you don’t want to hear or from an unusual source; and
- it’s sometimes necessary to modify or let go of an initial vision and pivot in order to succeed.
What would you add to the list?
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