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  1. 1. “Life is way too short to be doing something that you really don’t care deeply about.” Remarkable ideas from JANE CHEN
  2. 2. This Readitfor.me Remarkable Business // Remarkable Life interview is with JANE CHEN. SHe’s the co-founder of Embrace, a social enterprise startup that aims to help 20 million premature and low birth-weight babies born every year. She’s a TED Fellow and she’s out to change the world.
  3. 3. ? What are your top three pieces of advice for building a remarkable business
  4. 4. Know your why. 1
  5. 5. Be very clear about the value that you want to play in this world and think about how that aligns with your own values and purpose.
  6. 6. People ultimately don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. When you are clear about that why you are able to inspire others, attract the best talent, build loyal customers.
  7. 7. There’s going to be many moments when you want to give up, but when you are rooted in that purpose it will always serve to keep you going.
  8. 8. Trust your intuition. 2
  9. 9. As an entrepreneur you will never have all the answers. For people who are adequately driven you want to be able to get more and more data, but at some point you have to hone and trust your intuition.
  10. 10. When you are doing something very new you’re just never going to have all the information you need, so often times you need to just go with your gut and be very comfortable with that.
  11. 11. The key is to think about your decisions not as a final decision, but use the data that you have to run small experiments. Run as many experiments as you can, collect data along the way, and then use that data to decide what direction you need to go further in or what direction you need to pivot towards.
  12. 12. Teams are critical. 3
  13. 13. It is a matter of empowerment, of trust, and being okay with failure. Ultimately some people will fail, but failing early and failing often is good because you can learn from those mistakes and move on. It’s something we try to encourage and reward within the organization.
  14. 14. Letting go means realizing and accepting that not everything is going to go perfectly, that there are going to be failures within the organization, and trusting and empowering people to do their jobs.
  15. 15. ? what are your top three pieces of advice for leading a remarkable life
  16. 16. 1 do what you are passionate about.
  17. 17. Life is way too short to do something that you don’t care deeply about, whatever that is, and it is important to take the risk, and do something that you deeply care about and are excited about.
  18. 18. I think people are sometimes as excited about the process as opposed to the end result. I think to do something that you just don’t care deeply about, in some way or another, I think you will not be successful, you will not achieve the ultimate result as you will when you really believe in it.
  19. 19. focus on 2 being happy.
  20. 20. There are studies that show that when a leader is in a good mood, the rest of the organization is much more positive, much more optimistic about reaching its goals, people are much more willing to help each other within the company.
  21. 21. Being deliberate and not feeling guilty is important. You’re running a marathon, not a sprint, and in my work, if we want to make an impact it’s going to be at least a 10 year journey, if not more.
  22. 22. see the beauty in 3 everything you do.
  23. 23. Every time I see something beautiful, like a landscape, it would remind me of something beautiful that I get to see every day in my work, from all of the people that have come together to help this cause.
  24. 24. I think if everyone takes a look around them and appreciates that beauty in the world, then it will inspire them to change the world in their own ways.
  25. 25. Learn more about JANE CHEN: embraceglobal.org embraceinnovations.com twitter @janemariechen
  26. 26. readitfor.me 1% personal development pledge Commit 1% of your working hours each month to personal & professional development. If you do, we will create a $1,000 scholarship to Readitfor.me for a grade or high school student.
  27. 27. Best-selling business books IN 12-minute animated videos

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