24 Ways to Outgrow and Outlearn Everyone you Know (including the competition)

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  • Ways to Outgrow You Know & Outlearn Everyone - Etienne Garbugli / Product Design & Marketing Consultant - 24
  • Lets be edgy...
  • You are the dumbest you'll ever be right now. - Tom Lehman, Rap Genius
  • You are the dumbest you'll ever be right now. - Tom Lehman, Rap Genius And that's actually kind of inspiring...
  • Take the experience rst. The cash will come later. In the business world, everyone is paid in two coins: Cash and Experience. - Harold Geneen, Businessman
  • To get there...
  • Focus on the learning process and not the result. - Jacques Martin, Ice Hockey Coach 1.
  • PoliticsEnd-to-end marketing skills Be proactive. Decide what you want to learn. 2.
  • Seek experiences that throw you out of your comfort zone. 3.
  • Accept growth. Youre not who you were yesterday and you certainly wont be the same tomorrow. 4.
  • Have postmortems for every important things you do. Deconstruct successes and failures. 5.
  • Wrong timing Competition Be honest with yourself. Theres always a good excuse when youre looking for one... Bad economyBad luck 6.
  • Dont be afraid to admit when you dont know something. 7.
  • Read, teach, click, study. Do everything you can to learn but, do it with a plan. 8.
  • Take things apart. Learn to deconstruct to understand how things were made and recognize patterns. Reverse engineering really is an underrated skill. 9.
  • Always seek negative feedback, even though it can be mentally painful. - Elon Musk, Inventor and Entrepreneur Integrate a feedback loop straight into your activities. 10.
  • Always seek negative feedback, even though it can be mentally painful. - Elon Musk, Inventor and Entrepreneur Integrate a feedback loop straight into your activities. Was this slide helpful? Yes No 10.
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  • In this presentation: Entrepreneurs An inventor A ice hockey coach An advertiser A statistician An author Listen. Knowledge doesn't always come from the expected places. Anyone can teach you a thing or two. 11.
  • Seek out marginal voices. Most of what we see and hear is the work of a few million people. But, theres more than 7.2 billion of us... Here Here Here And here 12.
  • or Avoid automatisms. Carve your own path to knowledge. or 13.
  • Connect and help out. Reply to everyone. Dear prince of Nigeria, Thank you for your generous offer. Im glad I can be of assistance with your 14.
  • Connect and help out. Reply to everyone. Dear prince of Nigeria, Thank you for your generous offer. Im glad I can be of assistance with your Well... Maybe not everyone. 14.
  • See no competition. Learn by sharing and interacting with so-called competitors. 15.
  • Dont settle. Things will get in the way, but dont settle. 16.
  • or people you wouldnt want to become. Be polite, courteous, and gentle, but ignore comments, praise, and criticism from people you wouldn't hire. - Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Author and Statistician 17.
  • Create a system
  • Write everything you learn. This presentation is the result of six years of writing. You don't know what you know until you write it down. Write it to understand it. - Alan Webber, Fast Company Creator Read How 18.
  • Revisit what you know. Track your progress. Be objective. Flamenco Guitar Architecture 19.
  • Great self-learners also learn from others mistakes. Good entrepreneurs learn from their own mistakes. Great entrepreneurs learn from others mistakes. - Dave McClure, Entrepreneur 20.
  • Its when you start thinking that you know that you stop learning and become complacent. Remain humble to keep on learning and growing. - JF Bouchard, Sid Lee Co-Founder 21.
  • Prioritize. It's impossible to be an expert at everything. You push one side and the other side breaks. Red 22.
  • Things you know Things you dont know And do And dont do Focus here Knowing is only half the battle. // 23.
  • Strike a balance between knowledge and action. 24. Those who can, do; those who can't, teach. - George Bernard Shaw, Playwright
  • Etienne Garbugli My New Book Now Available @egarbugli /egarbugli Product Design & Marketing Consultant Lean B2B is lled with rock-solid advice for technology entrepreneurs who want a rapid-growth trajectory. Read it to increase your certainty and your successrate. Jill Konrath, Author of AGILE SELLING and Selling to Big Companies Treat this book like a map to show you where you are and a compass to show you the direction. I wish I could have read it 2 or 3 years ago. Jonathan Gebauer, Founder, exploreB2B Read More You might also like: 26 Time Management Hacks I Wish I'd Known at 20

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