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Randy Komisar Interviewed on his book "The Monk and the Riddle"
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How would you drop an egg three feet without breaking it? From the beginning, The Monk and the Riddle got me thinking. In fact, it pulled me toward thinking, which I was not prepared to do. Rather, he draws from personal experience to present questions that all entrepreneurs must answer truthfully before and during a business development phase in order to be successful. Komisar presents his insights by giving advice to an internet entrepreneur wanna-be, Lenny. Lenny has come to Komisar, a Silicone Valley veteran, for help with developing his company, Funerals.
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There is one main lesson throughout the entire book: avoid deferring your happiness to some point in the future. If you work twenty-four hours a day, another 15 to 20 percent of the risk is removed. The remaining 60 to 70 percent of business risk will be completely out of your control. What are you willing to do for the rest of your life? That question would be absurd, given the inevitability of change.