BY MARK THOMPSON - Author and executive coach
What struck me profoundly about Steve Jobs in high school was his outsize expectations. He would relentlessly pursue big plans that usually exceeded his experience, resources, and knowledge, and then always make it clear to others that his goals were just the beginning of something bigger.
This pumped-up characteristic of entrepreneurs--both the successful ones and, frankly, those that don’t go the distance--is well distinguished in Think Big, Act Bigger, a best-selling book released this week by Jeffrey Hayzlett, serial entrepreneur and host of C-Suite on Bloomberg TV. I caught up with him as he was launching the manuscript:
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