...Viðskiptavinir, starfsmenn og fjárfestar munu minnast þess hvernig þú komst fram við þá þegar tímarnir voru erfiðir, þegar þeir þurftu aðstoð, þegar örlítill stuðningur skipti öllu máli. Engin man eitthvað sérstaklega eftir því hvernig þú komst fram við þá þegar allt var í blússandi uppsveiflu.
This is controversial but here goes: I think if you're remarkable amazing or just plain spectacular, you probably shouldn't have a resume at all.
Life is like skiing. Just like skiing, the goal is not to get to the bottom of the hill. It’s to have a bunch of good runs before the sun sets.
Don’t have any meetings about your web strategy. Just do stuff. First you have to fail, then you can improve.
The best way to tell if your speech is going to go well is to give your speech.
The best way to find out if your new product has market appeal is to try to sell it.
The best way to become a teacher is to teach.
There's a huge need for study, refinement and revision. No question about it.
None of it means anything, though, if you are hiding from the market.
There used to be a dangerous myth: the genius in an attic, who arrives one day, fully formed, with a grant, a Pulitzer and a string of accolades, out of nowhere.
Great work doesn't come out of nowhere. It comes out of interactions with the people you seek to change.
- Dwigt D. Eiseinhower
- Jón Gnarr
- Ragnar Bjarnason (Raggi Bjarna)
- Murakami Haruki
- Arthur Ashe
- Paul Graham
- Sigurður Pálsson
- Eydís Blöndal
- Auður Haralds