Gustavo Ballvé on September 26th, 2011
Food for thought, Home, Mental models, Portfolio Management

While researching for a future post about one of his Goldman Sachs’ “alumni”, we’ve had the pleasure to re-read Bob Rubin’s excellent commencement speech at Harvard in 2001. We’ve alluded to it in a previous post: “No one would listen”, in March 2010. A bit over ten years have passed since his speech, but these are timeless concepts (e.g. “focus on process, not outcomes”).

Of course, so is this commencement speech by Steve Jobs (the 5th video in the post): on a very different note and yet just as good.

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