1. Knowing exposure to the chance of loss 2. Making a leap into the great unknown.
When life gets tough, James Altucher asks himself "What would a Jedi do?"
By James Altucher
How do we leverage our passion projects into something more? Ladies Learning Code founder Heather Payne demonstrates how unabashedly sharing her vision led to a team she loves and a rapidly-growing organization.
By The 99U Team
Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia walks us through how to shake off our reservations and take the first small step to turning our ideas into an actual experience.
That fear you feel when you don’t know what’s next? Embrace it.
By Sean Blanda
"Share your idea with everyone" and 4 others lessons Leah Busque learned from building TaskRabbit.
Set your fear of failure aside and get that nagging idea out of your head, once and for all. The benefits can help take your creative career to new heights.
By Paul Jarvis
Your greatest work can only happen after you take the leap and trust yourself (and others).
By James Victore
Could self-delusion be the best invention ever? If it makes you take action on your idea, the answer just might be yes.
Part four of our recap of the 2013 99U Conference.
By Behance Team