10 Inspirational Moments fromTony Tjan
Cue Ball Venture fund founderCo-Author ofHeart, Smarts,Guts and Luck
1. Entrepreneurship is a   learned trait and is      influenced by    Your upbringing,    environment andAdvanced By Your L...
2. Self-awareness is the biggest catalyst    to your success    80% stems from    knowing deeply,   who you are
3. 60% of Foundersare Heart dominant -They start with purpose and passion,embody the love of sacrifice,     and make every...
4. Guts is an acquired trait and is enhanced byyour early-life experiences,An inspiring support network,    and crisis tra...
5. Only 10% of Founders are smart-dominant -  When you think big,  start small and scale fast,  progress is inevitable
6. Most of ushave a misguidedperception of risk -It’s often riskier to do  nothing than it is to     try something
7. Luck matters in business,   It starts with an attitude  and combines humility and     intellectual curiosity with a sen...
8. Don’t over formalize your business plan -    Focus less on your    ideas and market,and more on the people  and their c...
9. Accountability  will always Make or break your culture
10. Go and be theBest at something
Best advice:Stay true to yoursel                     f-  Avoid indifference
To listen to the full    conversation,                                     Head over to      33voices.com/anthony-k-tjan	 ...
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10 Inspirational Moments from Tony Tjan
1. Entrepreneurship is a learned trait and is influenced by your upbringing, your environment and advanced by your learning.
2. Self-awareness is the biggest catalyst to your success - 80% stems from knowing deeply, who you are.
3. 60% of Founders are Heart dominant - they starts with purpose and passion, embody the love of sacrifice, and they make every little thing count.
4. Guts is an acquired trait and is enhanced by your early-life experiences, an inspiring support network, and crisis training.
5. Only 10% of Founders are smart-dominant - build a baseline and remember that people always trump ideas, and when you think big, start small and scale fast, progress is inevitable.
6. Most of us have a misguided perception of risk - it's often risker to do nothing than it is to try something.
7. Luck matters in business - it starts with an attitude and combines humility, intellectual curiosity with a sense of optimism.
8. Don't over formalize your business plan - focus less on your idea and market, and more on the people and their capabilities.
9. Accountability will always make or break your culture.
10. Go and be the best at something.

Best Advice: Stay true to yourself - avoid indifference

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Venture Capital Industry Insights from Anthony Tjan

  1. 1. 10 Inspirational Moments fromTony Tjan
  2. 2. Cue Ball Venture fund founderCo-Author ofHeart, Smarts,Guts and Luck
  3. 3. 1. Entrepreneurship is a learned trait and is influenced by Your upbringing, environment andAdvanced By Your Learning
  4. 4. 2. Self-awareness is the biggest catalyst to your success 80% stems from knowing deeply, who you are
  5. 5. 3. 60% of Foundersare Heart dominant -They start with purpose and passion,embody the love of sacrifice, and make every little thing count
  6. 6. 4. Guts is an acquired trait and is enhanced byyour early-life experiences,An inspiring support network, and crisis training
  7. 7. 5. Only 10% of Founders are smart-dominant - When you think big, start small and scale fast, progress is inevitable
  8. 8. 6. Most of ushave a misguidedperception of risk -It’s often riskier to do nothing than it is to try something
  9. 9. 7. Luck matters in business, It starts with an attitude and combines humility and intellectual curiosity with a sense of optimism  
  10. 10. 8. Don’t over formalize your business plan - Focus less on your ideas and market,and more on the people and their capabilities
  11. 11. 9. Accountability will always Make or break your culture
  12. 12. 10. Go and be theBest at something
  13. 13. Best advice:Stay true to yoursel f- Avoid indifference
  14. 14. To listen to the full conversation, Head over to 33voices.com/anthony-k-tjan  Twi%er.com/33voices        I      Youtube.com/33voicesinterview        I      Facebook.com/33voices                  I                Pinterest.com/33voices    

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