The world’s biggest problems are the world’s biggest markets.
To ignite great performance, you must first take charge of your own love of peak performance, passion, and courage to lead an energized organization.
By far the most difficult skill I learned as CEO was the ability to manage my own psychology... Focus on where you are going rather than on what you hope to avoid.
Access will triumph over ownership.
A company always has to be in the condition of becoming and it has to avoid the condition of being.
Name a problem that has no solution.
Disruptive breakthroughs always occur when disparate fields cross.
If you are relying on innovation solely form within your company, you’re dead.
All potential investments should be considered guilty until proven innocent.
Whatever its reputation for success, the Valley was in fact built on failure - a willingness to accept and even reward ‘good’ failure.
No enterprise can keep up with the pace that will be set by the 6Ds: Digitized, Deceptive, Disruptive, Dematerialize, Demonitize and Democratize
We look for all the ingredients that contribute to making a great company. If not all of them are there, we decide whether we can provide the missing elements.
Insist on yourself. Never imitate.
Seeing yourself as an inseparable unity of body and brain may involve a shift in your self-understanding,...a liberating one.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.
If the rate of change inside an organization is less than the rate outside, the end is in sight.
Is it Massive? Is it Transformative? Is it Purposeful?
The best way to predict the future is to influence the conversation about what it could or should be.
Tell me something you believe is true but that you have a hard time trying to convince others of.
We know more than we can tell.