October 25, 2012
Twitter is a conversation. Twitter is an RSS feed. Twitter is inspiration. Twitter is the pulse.
Twitter is different things to different people. One of the reasons @TechCocktail loves Twitter so hard is for insightful business discourse – and naturally we want to share what we enjoy. As part of our weekly series, we’ll be bringing you the top seven startup-related tweets of the past seven days.
#1 – @Elizabth_K
Invest in yourself or no one else will.
— Elizabeth A. Kennedy (@Elizabth_K) October 25, 2012
#2 – @semil
Pinterest CEO calls out inability of VCs to predict future, encourages (would-be) founders not to be intimidated on Sand Hill. #truth
— Semil (@semil) October 20, 2012
#3 – @DonorsChoose
“Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand.” -Chinese Proverb
— DonorsChoose (@DonorsChoose) October 24, 2012
#4 – @ralphmarston
Live each moment from your own inspiration, not from your desire to look good in the eyes of others.
— Ralph Marston (@ralphmarston) October 19, 2012
#5 – @nicoleisbetter
“The less you have to think about doing something, the more likely you’ll actually do it. That’s the power of routines.” – @artofmanliness
— Nicole Antoinette (@nicoleisbetter) October 23, 2012
#6 – @JasonFerruggia
Don’t ask 50 opinions. Have the confidence to make a decision and execute.
— Jason Ferruggia (@JasonFerruggia) October 18, 2012
#7 – @flowchainsensei
People have to discover their own truths.
— Bob Marshall (@flowchainsensei) October 20, 2012
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