You once said success is a lousy teacher. What did you mean by that?
Anybody who’s super-successful has been misled a little bit. They don’t really know the actual magic factors of luck and skill that led them to this wonderful success. Hopefully they’re engaged in an effort where they have lots of failures, things that try and don’t work.
If you had one piece of advice to a young person, who wanted to be an innovator, what would it be?
Profits vs Growth [H/T @trengriffin] (LINK)The sciences change the game. Entrepreneurs are the people who take it on, but the thing that shifts the rules of the game is science. If you really want to be part of driving that change yourself, just pick some state-of-the-art science and get involved in it.
The Difference Between Culture and Values [H/T Brad Feld] (LINK)
HOW SHAKE SHACK LEADS THE BETTER BURGER REVOLUTION [H/T Abnormal Returns] (LINK)
The 2015 Earth and Sky Photography Winners (LINK)
Book of the day: Darwin's Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanings of Life (also available as an audiobook)