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Anthony Tjan
Entrepreneur. Strategic advisor. Venture investor. Managing partner at & author of GOOD PEOPLE (available now)
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Anthony Tjan Dec 14
American writer and activist Rita Mae Brown once said, “Good judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgment.” The truth is, I’ve found that a lot of bad judgment revolves around people.
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Anthony Tjan Dec 13
Truth culminates in the practice of integrity.
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Anthony Tjan Dec 12
How can we “clean” ourselves in order to be more present, while also producing the returns and transformations we want to create? I wrote about maintaining balance and living deliberately in our age of technology addiction for .
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Anthony Tjan Dec 11
A relationship of integrity is a trusted connection, one that balances the best interests of both the mentor and mentee and allows people to honestly speak what they really think and feel.
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Anthony Tjan Dec 11
My colleage interviews new CEO Zoe Krislock on her philosophy.
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Anthony Tjan Dec 10
Short-termism kills innovation, good culture, and good leadership.
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Anthony Tjan Dec 7
Humility: A mind-set of modesty and accepting that there is much that you do not know.
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Anthony Tjan Dec 6
We all know people who feign sincerity. Determining the authenticity of someone can help you determine their . Ask the right questions by watching my series.
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Anthony Tjan Dec 5
Leadership, especially great leadership, is a lonely job.
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Anthony Tjan Dec 4
When you're in the privileged position of being a leader, you have a duty to do whatever you can to become the best version of yourself and to help others become the best versions of who they are.
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Anthony Tjan Dec 3
Truth culminates in the practice of integrity.
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Anthony Tjan Nov 30
Reading opens up our minds and fortifies our capacity for compassion and empathy. I've always found that asking about someone's reading habits gives you a sense of their . Learn why in my series.
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Anthony Tjan Nov 29
If struggle is a necessary part of life, it’s important to consider how someone transforms his or her low points into opportunities for learning.
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Anthony Tjan Nov 28
Leadership is a privilege; it is a duty to serve.
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Anthony Tjan Nov 27
Idiosyncrasy reminds us that each one of us can express who we are in odd, beautiful, imperfect ways that connect us with humanity.
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Anthony Tjan Nov 26
The most compassionate and human moments occur when people are willing to break from their characters to focus on commonalities rather than their differences.
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Anthony Tjan Nov 21
Just so grateful to you both - happy Thanksgiving!
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Anthony Tjan Nov 21
Do you know any emotional vampires? If you’re trying to figure out the goodness of someone in your life, it can be worth asking whether they are energy givers or energy takers. Hear why in my Better Questions Series:
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Anthony Tjan Nov 21
So truly moved by the music - amazing new album - Charlotte and Olivia Marckx are simply the most dynamic young duo on strings out there today. And thank you so so much for this piece:
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Anthony Tjan Nov 20
When you are assessing the "goodness" of someone, be wary of simply looking at skill-set or competencies. Goodness is about the qualities inherent in a person's character.
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