Einstein was a brilliant man. Among his profound thoughts, ideas, and quotes is this gem:
The older I get the more I find Mr. Einstein was right on the money (pun intended). Today, I won’t be diving into a finance lecture. However I do want to talk about compounding and how impactful it can truly be!
I’ve haven’t been too active on the old interweb lately! I’ve become involved with a few fledgling business ventures that have been demanding more and more of my time. While the posts have been sparse, learning opportunities have been abundant. I hope to draw out some valuable nuggets to share with the Endeavor Community in the coming weeks. One lesson I’d like to share is that of patience and acceptance.
“Effective questioning brings insight, which fuels curiosity, which cultivates wisdom.” – Chip Bell
I had a unique opportunity to fail this week. :-).
I was talking to a friend of mine over the weekend and the topic of networking came up (professional not tech). He was asking about the best way to get leads…quickly. I smiled and told him to give leads quickly. He was a little puzzled. I was a little puzzled when I had first heard it too. I think that can be puzzling for many professionals. It’s counter-intuitive but I’ve found a “rule” that applies to many aspects of life. Here it is:
The fastest way to get what you want is to help others get what they want.
“If a man does not know to what port he is steering, no wind is favorable to him.” – Seneca