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A conversation with Biz Stone – Twitter Founder

Co-founder of BizNetz met co-founder of Twitter Biz Stone at #HPUMeetsBiz . Here are 5 things I learned or confirmed:

  1. Any entrepreneurial endeavor requires an emotional investment where you have an almost hallucinogenic optimism.
  2. To succeed spectacularly you must be willing to fail spectacularly.
  3. Many years of trying and one year of blessing (He said good fortune) can make you look like an overnight success.
  4. Opportunity can be manufactured. Create the circumstance in which you can succeed. Biz's example was - he wanted to play sports in high school but wasn't good at any of the organized sports offered. So he asked the school if he could create a La Crosse team. He did and became the schools first La Crosse team captain.
  5. Volunteering and donations are not only good, they are good for business. From that statement I coined the following acronym: PSaaMe - Public Service as a Marketing Effort.

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