Random Recordings #15

This is part of a series I call random recordings. You can learn more here: https://anthonymontalbano.com/random-recordings-1/

The following recordings are for March 2018:

  1. Don’t ask what customers want, figure out what they need.
  2. Meaningful work and meaningful relationships should be primary goals. Making money is an incidental consequence of that.
  3. Security is depressing. No matter how many angles you protect and secure, you can always think of a different angle.  In short, nothing digital is secure, ever.
  4. The most important aspect to security is time.  The more prominent time becomes in your practice the better opportunity something is “secure”.
  5. Blockchain doesn’t mean your data is secure, it just insure data integrity.  Important, but doesn’t protect from data exposure.
  6. Block chain is not data security, it’s data integrity.
  7. Know when not to have an opinion.
  8. To mentor is to not speak at all, or to speak less.
  9. Read “The Lessons in History” by Will and Ariel Durant.

1 Comment

Andy Montalbano says:

Good stuff! Thanks for posting!

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