Ed Kless believes that entrepreneurs continue the work of creation. His goal is to grow his intellectual capital. Viewing himself not as an employee, but rather an IC (knowledge) investor. He has knowledge and loves to expand it, seeking to work at a place where his knowledge investment will pay the highest return.
Follow Ed on Twitter at @EdKless. He can also be found on LinkedIn and EdKless.com.
- Why entrepreneurs continue the work of creation.
- Why Ed believes liberal-arts training is beneficial to businessmen & marketers.
- How #FakeNews can be sorted out by simply questioning possibility.
- The coolness of innovation can never trump results.
3 Key Points:
- Business is NOT a zero-sum game.
- Over specialization can be a liability. A broad skillset makes you more well rounded.
- Brands actually belong to the consumer, not the company.
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