The incredibly vivacious Natasha Courtenay-Smith discusses how she became an accidental entrepreneur; and how doing something that’s an extension of your current role can lead to success. She talks about the recent evolution of the concept of entrepreneurship, and how it can be learned and taught. You’ll find her ideas around personal branding highly refreshing, where she discusses how embedding personal brand into mission statements makes all the difference. Natasha’s views on digital transformation challenge the needlessly complex, and she describes how everyone can utilise digital content to enhance their business.
AI and AR Research Tackling Real-World Problems says Facebook’s Director of Research
Tim Carmichael Full interview with LeadersIn
Eric Ries Full interview with LeadersIn
Simon Sinek’s full talk the London Science Museum
Simon Sinek on Entrepreneurship and Elon Musk
“Values Driven” Companies: Marketing Jargon or the Real Deal?
Simon Sinek on the status quo: “I’m Raging against Reality”
“Cocaine is a trend: It doesn’t mean we should invest in it”
Steve Job’s Vision: Empowerment of the individual
People trust you based on your decisions
Build a team that can survive without its Founder
The infinite players are the ones that frustrate their competitors