Finding Your Own Circle of Competence: The Difference Between What You Think You Know and What You Actually Know.


Editor’s Note: This article was first published by Inc. here. People who know me (or who’ve been reading this column) know I’ve learned a lot from Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett. I particularly admire their mental model known as the Circle of Competence. Buffett and Munger initially developed the Circle of Competence to limit where to make financial investments (based on their […]
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Inside Salesforce’s Annual Planning Process with Bala Balabaskaran (aka The Guy Who Built It)


On this episode of Operations, Sean goes back in time – to 2012, to be exact – when special guest Bala Balabaskaran first joined Salesforce as Vice President of Go to Market Technology and Operations. At the time, Salesforce was a $2 billion dollar startup going through hypergrowth. Sean and Bala talk about Salesforce’s operating […]
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Easily Create & Share Videos that Start Conversations. Introducing the First Enterprise-ready Video Platform Built to Make Buying Easy.

Drift Video

There’s an undeniable shift underway in the we way consume content and communicate with one another online. According to Cisco, by 2020, about one million minutes of video will cross the internet every second. And just a year later, 82% of all internet traffic will be video. Video is eating the world. So why am […]
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Have More Sales Conversations With Free Trial Users: Announcing Three New Partners That Connect Your Product Experience To Drift


At Drift, we believe the future of B2B is open. That’s why we’ve worked hard to integrate with best-in-class platforms across the entire customer lifecycle. Last fall, we announced major partnerships with leading B2B marketing and sales platforms including Marketo, Demandbase, and Outreach. These partnerships have helped our customers connect with the right buyers at […]
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We Talked To Product Management Legend Marty Cagan. Here’s What We Learned.


 Marty Cagan is often referred to as the most influential person in the product space. He got his start building products for eBay, AOL and Netscape Communications, and Hewlett-Packard. Now he’s a partner at Silicon Valley Product Group where he helps companies create winning product strategies and grow their product organization. Oh, and it […]
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