“Work hard and be nice”

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Today’s #MillennialToWatch is Taylor Pearson.
Taylor is an entrepreneur and author of The End of Jobs. Inc Magazine rated The End of Jobs one of the Top Three ‘Start Your Own Business’ Books of 2015 and a Top 25 Business Book of 2015. WSJ Bestselling Author and Entrepreneur James Altucher said of it: “Entrepreneurship is not a choice you can make at your leisure. You have to jump on the train or lose your chance. Now is the time and Taylor’s book describes exactly how to do it.” His work has been featured in dozens of media outlets including Business Insider, Inc, Entrepreneur and The Huffington Post. He is a former Brazilian Super Bowl champion.

Taylor shares…”Work hard and be nice”

“Edward Gibbon is considered the father of modern history. He wrote, among other things, The Rise and Fall of The Roman Empire which is considered the first “modern” history book for its use of citations and primary source material. In a 1941 essay, V.S. Pritchett wrote about Gibbon, he took note of the English historian’s seemingly ceaseless industry. Even when he was in the middle of military service, he managed to find the time to continue his scholarly work, toting around manuscripts in his pack. Pritchett writes, “Sooner or later the great men turn out to be all alike. They never stop working. They never lose a minute. It is very depressing.” I am unsure if it is depressing, but I am increasingly sure it is true. A successful life would seem to be many thousands of days following the “magic recipe” Conan O’Brien offered for success: “work hard and be nice.”

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Taylor would like to ask you…
“What book most profoundly changed the way you see the world?”
Let him know on Twitter.