PRESENTS10 Inspirational Moments FromBRYANSILVERMAN
Co-founder atStar Toilet PaperNamed Entrepreneurof 2012 byEntrepreneurMagazine                 .com/Bryan-Silverman
Insight #1        Business is like an     ongoing experiment -    it’s always a work in progress                  .com/Bry...
Insight #2         Every new business pitch            should do 3 things:         inform, educate & entertain            ...
Insight #3 When you change the way you look at things,   the things you look at change -        your perception is your re...
Insight #4 When you’re doing what you love, you’ll never have to work a day in your life                .com/Bryan-Silverman
Insight #5              Only hire others who             share the same vision -       share your vision early & often    ...
Insight #6   “The only way to win is tolearn faster than anyone else.”                - Eric Ries,             The Lean St...
Insight #7Taking pride in yourself is the same  as taking pride in your brand -    celebrate your uniqueness &       capti...
Insight #8  When it comes down to it, only the     voice on the inside matters -         everything outside is noise      ...
Insight #9   Entrepreneurs have to be generalists in the beginning -        always attempt to do a job         yourself be...
Insight #10  Colleges are hotbeds for opportunities -     always network & take     advantage of resources                ...
REFLECTION  NOITCELFERAre you doing what     you love?        .com/Bryan-Silverman
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Bryan Silverman is a co-founder at Star Toilet Paper, a startup that helps advertisers slap their logos and promote deals on rolls of toilet paper. Entrepreneur Magazine called Bryan the Entrepreneur of 2012.

Listen to the 33voices interview with Bryan at http://www.33voices.com/bryan-silverman/audio

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Bryan Silverman, Co-Founder of Star Toilet Paper

  1. 1. PRESENTS10 Inspirational Moments FromBRYANSILVERMAN
  2. 2. Co-founder atStar Toilet PaperNamed Entrepreneurof 2012 byEntrepreneurMagazine .com/Bryan-Silverman
  3. 3. Insight #1 Business is like an ongoing experiment - it’s always a work in progress .com/Bryan-Silverman
  4. 4. Insight #2 Every new business pitch should do 3 things: inform, educate & entertain .com/Bryan-Silverman
  5. 5. Insight #3 When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change - your perception is your reality .com/Bryan-Silverman
  6. 6. Insight #4 When you’re doing what you love, you’ll never have to work a day in your life .com/Bryan-Silverman
  7. 7. Insight #5 Only hire others who share the same vision - share your vision early & often .com/Bryan-Silverman
  8. 8. Insight #6 “The only way to win is tolearn faster than anyone else.” - Eric Ries, The Lean Startup .com/Bryan-Silverman
  9. 9. Insight #7Taking pride in yourself is the same as taking pride in your brand - celebrate your uniqueness & captivate others with it .com/Bryan-Silverman
  10. 10. Insight #8 When it comes down to it, only the voice on the inside matters - everything outside is noise .com/Bryan-Silverman
  11. 11. Insight #9 Entrepreneurs have to be generalists in the beginning - always attempt to do a job yourself before you hire someone for it .com/Bryan-Silverman
  12. 12. Insight #10 Colleges are hotbeds for opportunities - always network & take advantage of resources .com/Bryan-Silverman
  13. 13. REFLECTION NOITCELFERAre you doing what you love? .com/Bryan-Silverman
  14. 14. Want the full interviewClick to stream more?
  15. 15. Help us keep ideas moving...Connect with us!
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