Nobody succeeds in a silo. To survive and ultimately thrive we must effectively create partnerships with many around us.
BY FAISAL HOQUE | February 5, 2014
It doesn’t matter how smart or savvy we are when it comes to technology, product development or any single skill. Nobody succeeds in a silo.
Whatever we venture–personal, professional, philanthropic, political, or private–we must remember the people involved in and essential to our success. Learn from our own mistakes and mastery, and learn from the people around us: those we admire now and those we may learn from just by listening. We never know whom we may inspire or influence, or who may inspire and influence us. Today’s stranger may be tomorrow’s partner. Read the full article @FastCompany