Frans Johansson: The Secret Truth About Executing Great Ideas

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If you want to succeed in something, you must first start with a simple idea and then, fail 10 times while trying to make it happen. It will be later when you see the light.

This is called the “Aha Moment“. And only then, you will realize that this simple idea, that was flying over your head during so much time, is much more than a good idea. Now has turned into a brilliant idea.

And the only secret in order to achieve that is enable you to… ACT. You must do it, and convince yourself this is a good idea and realize that it will be successful.

Frans Johansson is an entrepreneur and thought leader. He is also a consultant and the managing director for a hedge fund. Frans previously co-founded and managed two companies, a Boston-based software company and a medical device company operating out of Baltimore, Maryland and Stockholm, Sweden.

In this high-energy talk, Frans Johansson illustrates how relentless trial-and-error – coming up with an idea, executing it on a small scale, and then refining it – is THE distinguishing characteristic of the greatest artists, scientists, and entrepreneurs.

If you want to succeed in something, you must first start with a simple idea and then, fail 10 times while trying to make it happen. It will be later when you see the light.

This is called the “Aha Moment“. And only then, you will realize that this simple idea, that was flying over your head during so much time, is much more than a good idea. Now has turned into a brilliant idea.

And the only secret in order to achieve that is enable you to… ACT. You must do it, and convince yourself this is a good idea and realize that it will be successful.

Frans Johansson is an entrepreneur and thought leader. He is also a consultant and the managing director for a hedge fund. Frans previously co-founded and managed two companies, a Boston-based software company and a medical device company operating out of Baltimore, Maryland and Stockholm, Sweden.

In this high-energy talk, Frans Johansson illustrates how relentless trial-and-error – coming up with an idea, executing it on a small scale, and then refining it – is THE distinguishing characteristic of the greatest artists, scientists, and entrepreneurs.

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