Reid Hoffman says it took him 15 years after graduating from Stanford to figure out what he wanted to do with his career.
Hoffman eventually founded LinkedIn, a $19 billion public company.
On graduation, he thought he would become an academic. Then he started some companies. Several failed… then he created LinkedIn. It didn’t fail 😉
What lessons can we learn from Hoffman’s journey?
Expanding on ideas from his recent book “The Startup of You”, Hoffman and his co-author created a slideshow presentation called “The 3 Secrets Of Highly Successful Graduates”. The have graciously allowed me to republish it here.
What did you learn from Reid Hoffman? What are the key capabilities for navigating successfully in the career seas of the future?
What are your thoughts?