The Heretic

The Heretic is Pascal Finette’s insights into leadership in exponential times. For entrepreneurs, corporate irritants and change makers. Raw, unfiltered and opinionated — delivered straight to your inbox. You will like it. → https://theheretic.org

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Singularity University’s Chair for Entrepreneurship & Open Innovation. Former Google, Mozilla, eBay. Exec Coach, Speaker & TheHeretic.org → https://finette.com

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#BEASTMODE

We have an ongoing joke about the unwavering commitment some of our team members at be radical have toward their physical exercise regime…

Eile mit Weile

Another one of those amazing German idioms — and one which seemingly exist in every language. The concept, of course, is simple and as old…

The Power of Asking The (Right) Question

You have heard the old story of Henry Ford stating that “if I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.” The…

Beware the Dunning-Kruger Effect

A conversation during today’s session of be radical’s FutureFWD program reminded me of the (in)famous Dunning-Kruger effect. The short…

The Power of Three

Sidebar and a little trip down memory lane: Jane and I were at eBay when we acquired PayPal and Skype. The PayPal acquisition made…

The Common Denominator of Success

Recently I rediscovered a gem of speech from the 1940s. Albert E. N. Gray delivered a keynote at the annual conference of the National…

Invert, Always Invert

Two hundred years ago German mathematician Carl Gustav Jacob Jacobi said (or so the world is told): “Man muss immer umkehren.” — “Invert…

Learnings From Cooking (And German Sayings)

There is a saying in German which finds its roots in cooking: “Es wird nichts so heiß gegessen, wie es gekocht wird.” — Nothing gets eaten…

Apps Become Infrastructure Become Apps

Dani Grant and Nick Grossman at Union Square Ventures made an interesting observation a few years ago: Nowadays things tend to start their…

Do Not Forget The Gestalt

One of the most common mistakes I see founders do, is to assume everything is under their control — or to simply ignore the things which…

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