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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 Feb 15
Wouldn't it be great if there was the aspiration in every company to reach the title and station of "mentor" - and be over-the-top rewarded for making it there?
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Anthony Tjan Feb 15
Being a founder is like doing a massive house renovation - it’ll always take twice as long and cost twice as much (at least). The only difference is that you’re not the client - you’re the architect and the GC - and guess what? There is no real blueprint.
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Anthony Tjan Feb 15
In its purest and fullest form, mentoring takes work and deep commitment.
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Anthony Tjan Feb 12
A different and comprehensive take on how our bias for short-term returns can have profuse consequences.
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Anthony Tjan Feb 11
and conviction are dueling forces that challenge us in our pursuit of . Learn more in at .
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Anthony Tjan Feb 8
Congrats ny dear friend! Well done!!!
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Anthony Tjan Feb 1
Taking risks involves vulnerability, but once they make decisions, leaders need to show unwavering conviction in their purpose and calling.
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Jon M. Chu Jan 28
This happened last night. Historic and beautiful. +
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Anthony Tjan Jan 31
In its purest and fullest form, mentoring takes work and deep commitment.
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Anthony Tjan Jan 30
Remember, a company is only as good as its people. Last year, I wrote about the five characteristics that can help us identify the goodness in others.
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Anthony Tjan Jan 29
Purpose and profit are not natural enemies but rather great profit is a by-product of great purpose led by great people. We need to be more human-centric over financial centric to create great things. And mostly we need patience. Short-termism is killing us.
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Anthony Tjan Jan 29
What we have forgotten is how to put the human factor - and humanities - back into business. it is remembering that businesses are in the end about a collection of people working towards a common goal and in the best cases a higher calling and vision.
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Anthony Tjan Jan 29
My colleague, Tasnia Huque, wrote about how to identify your company's core principals to ensure a long-lasting, enduring company brand. Here are several pillars that organizations should look to embrace.
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TED Talks Jan 29
"If you ask women what they fear the most in response to their anger, they don't say violence. They say mockery."
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Anthony Tjan Jan 28
Heroism is finding the balance between grit and acceptance and doing what many would not be able to do. Each time we learn to balance that tension, we get a better sense of what is within our control and what is outside of it. Learn more in at .
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Tara Well PhD Jan 14
Take the time to develop genuine connections with those you admire, and assist them whenever you can. Anthony Tjan shares his best tips on how you can assemble your dream team.
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CDL-Montreal Dec 22
In this compelling interview, one of our G7 fellows, , talks about redefining success and facing setbacks with resilience!
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Anthony Tjan Jan 21
I just love this! A moment of human joy!
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Anthony Tjan Jan 20
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Anthony Tjan Jan 20
Replying to @shantell_martin
You just continue to amaze
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