The invisibility of the obvious.

There is nothing more invisible than the obvious, than that which is right before our noses. In the last few days I have tried to blur the urgency to focus on the obvious, on what precisely for being obvious, we usually ignore. The truisms seem not to be connected, but it just seems. The citizen…

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Most startups ignore people.

Every venture should begin with this question: How it will affect what you do to people’s lives?And as most do not do it, 90% of startups fail. Or rather, one in ten is successful. Why? One of the most remarkable aspects of many entrepreneurs with whom I speak is that they have a good idea,…

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