Digital Goddess: The Unfiltered Lessons of a Female Entrepreneur ハードカバー – 2020/10/6
'This book is a must-read for any woman who is looking to grow her career or start a business. Victoria has embraced the volatility of entrepreneurship with unflinching grace and fierce, bring-it-on determination. Anyone who wants to thrive in the age of uncertainty can learn from her example.' --Francis Frei, UPS Foundation Professor of Service Management, Harvard Business School
'Victoria Brown is a shining example of a modern entrepreneurial leader. She possesses the full start-up toolkit of smarts, competitive drive, and operational focus, together with the vital leadership skill to inspire those around her to achieve a common goal.' --Tom Glocer, Former CEO of Thomson Reuters and Venture Investor
Victoria R. Montgomery Brown is CEO and co-founder of Big Think, the knowledge company that makes people and companies smarter and faster through short-form video with the world's best thinkers and doers. Since founding Big Think in 2007, Victoria has built the company from a fledgling thought-leadership media platform to the leading knowledge company for ideas and soft skills. As CEO, Victoria oversees and directs strategy, fundraising, and investor relations. Victoria has a BA from McGill University and an MBA from Harvard Business School
- 出版社 : Harpercollins Leadership (2020/10/6)
- 発売日 : 2020/10/6
- 言語 : 英語
- ハードカバー : 221ページ
- ISBN-10 : 1400220610
- ISBN-13 : 978-1400220618
- 寸法 : 16 x 2.29 x 23.62 cm
- Amazon 売れ筋ランキング: - 570,996位洋書 (の売れ筋ランキングを見る洋書)
Victoria Montgomery-Brown has that in buckets.
She does a great job of bringing us on a journey throughout the book while imparting the wisdom she gleaned often from the hardest moments of her journey.
It is a valuable read for men and women, not just entrepreneurs but anyone interested in personal growth.
My favourite quote from the book is:
Sometimes, you gotta go against the grain to grow.
To put yourself in a different scenario than you have experienced before.
In business or in personal matters, it’s a good thing.
Working new angles provides new scenarios.
And those are sometimes what it takes to help you (personally) and the business morph to something spectacular.
Change drives growth.
Hard change may drive it more.