In this post, you will find great Andrew Yang Quotes. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Every parent pursues the best possible opportunities for their child while climbing over obstacles and limitations each day. So in a way, all parents are entrepreneurs.
People can grow from adversity as much as they do from prosperity.
Unfortunately, hardworking, academically gifted young people are kind of lazy when it comes to determining direction.
We need to provide all areas of the country with access to high-quality medical care.
When I was first thinking about what would become Venture for America, I was trying to figure out how to solve a problem – that our top young people were being driven to roles that did not, to me, address the needs of our time. That VFA would be a non-profit just seemed like the most efficient way to solve the problem.
The reason Donald Trump was elected was that we automated away four million manufacturing jobs in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. If you look at the voter data, it shows that the higher the level of concentration of manufacturing robots in a district, the more that district voted for Trump.
Millennials get a bad rap sometimes about their grit and perseverance.
Income taxes are very poor at generating income from automation because the gains are realized by technology companies that are experts at not paying taxes.
Venture for America operates in communities that could generally use more innovation: Detroit, New Orleans, Baltimore, and other U.S. cities. So I’m obviously a big believer in innovation and progress as key drivers of economic growth and prosperity.
There is, happily, a non-redistributive approach to address income inequality – one that doesn’t rely upon government. It’s to grow the pie. That is, create more decent jobs that pay more.
If we create enough new companies, there will be additional opportunities for people at every rung of the educational ladder.
A company can set off in one direction, figures out that it’s not the right way to go, and then go in an entirely new direction. Over time, the product or service improves, and the company gets better at executing and delivering.
For most students at universities around the country, studying entrepreneurship is a pleasant intellectual diversion, not a professional choice, path, or commitment.
At Manhattan GMAT, I had done my best to create a positive work environment and culture, and I further believed in rewarding people financially at or above the market rate for a job well done.
Our young people desperately want the chance to participate in and lead our nation‘s economic and cultural revival. They’re up for the challenges that they’re going to inherit. It only remains for us to present the path to address them.
Freelancers generally want as friction-free an engagement as possible.
The impending destruction of jobs due to automation and AI technologies is definitely increasing the need for – and speed at which – we have to implement big solutions, such as a universal basic income.
Professional services industries like finance, consulting, and legal services are, by definition, meta-industries. That is, they serve to help large companies raise money, buy and sell each other, reorganize, implement new systems, conduct complex transactions, and so forth.
After graduating from Brown, I went to law school and became a corporate lawyer in New York City.
People love Twinkies, and everyone knows about them, yet Hostess went bankrupt. Attention and commercial success have an uncertain relationship in business.
There is a common and persistent belief out there that entrepreneurship is about creativity – that it’s about having a great idea. But it’s not, really. Entrepreneurship isn’t about creativity. It’s about organization-building – which, in turn, is about people.
In most every business, you learn by doing. The apprenticeship model is much more effective than the classroom for cultivating entrepreneurs.
The problems that you see startups tackling are dramatically different in different cities. Silicon Valley is unlikely to produce the same set of companies as New York or Cleveland because the region has a different set of strengths and defining institutions.
We need to wake up to the fact that it is not immigrants who are causing economic dislocations. It is technology and an evolving economy that is pushing more and more Americans to the sidelines.
We’re conditioned to let businesses fail, regardless of how much we like them. We believe that if the market doesn’t want that bookstore to exist, then it shouldn’t exist.
Many of the scrappy young people I meet who are the first in their family to go to college feel that they have to bring home a steady paycheck to make their family’s sacrifices worthwhile.
The monetary market is going to value people’s time less and less as time goes on, so you need another way to structure their day that rewards them.
What was a profitable business in one era can become a public utility and a recognized public good in the next.
In the start-up setting and in most companies, the output is action-oriented. You need to be getting things done and making decisions, often with limited information.
I’m a capitalist, and I believe that universal basic income is necessary for capitalism to continue.
Mistakes are acceptable if they’re the result of moving forward.
If you join a growth organization, you’ll likely do different things in different roles throughout your career. It’s excellent to learn and build with others. You’ll meet people you want to work with.