Moe and Paul discuss how to think like an entrepreneur and thrive in an unpredictable economy.
Baby Steps Equal Small Feats
Millennials are the rarest of generations – they’ve been called lazy, entitled, and even self-obsessed – still, I’m convinced that it’s them who hold the key to solving society’s most pressing problems. Observe them working together and you walk away with the sense that their only fear is not thinking big enough. Sure they may relish the spotlight, and demand instant gratification; still its when they know that their work is contributing towards something meaningful that they become unstoppable.
Unlike my Boomer generation, millennials aren’t playing safe. Growing up in a tech-savvy and connected world, they understand that their greatest risk is not to take one; as such they embrace such mantras as fail fast, fail forward or what Paul B. Brown reinforces in his latest book – Own Your Future: How to Think Like an Entrepreneur and Thrive in an Unpredictable Economy– to Act, Learn, Build, and Repeat. With his co-authors Charles F. Kiefer and Leonard A. Schlesinger; Brown demonstrates why ‘baby steps’ minimizes risk —–