Show Notes

Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and their guest Terry Jones as they talk about his experience working on multiple startups, how to be a 100-year-old company, the many chances of technology advancement in your business, and so much more. Terry's years of experience have fully packed this episode with tremendous insight and heads-up for the average starting entrepreneur. In this episode, Terry explains the questions you need to be asking when coming up with something for the market. Where in the market is your innovation's place? Are your customers ready for it? From someone who sees customers as bosses, Terry believes it's not always just about innovating. To get ahead, he thinks one should also worry about what the people are saying and what to do with it.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Being involved in startups is like playing pinball.
  • The key indicators of a market-changing business.
  • How can an entrepreneur capitalize on change?
  • What you need to hear about customer intent.
  • A great team is going to be your challenge.
  •  …and so much more.

About Terry Jones:

Terry Jones is a Digital Disruptor, an author, and a venture capitalist. He has founded five startups with two billion-dollar IPOs - Kayak and Travelocity.  He has served on 17 corporate boards. His success has established him as a thought leader on innovation and disruption. As a speaker, author, venture capitalist, and board member, Terry has helped companies use the tools and techniques he has developed to succeed in our fast-changing world.

Terry's book ON Innovation counters the management book tradition in which empty slogans take the place of actual thought. Terry gives his readers the benefit of hard-won insights he gained by creating multiple startups and working for some of the best mentors in corporate America. And he does so with a light hand and a wry sense of humor. You'll come away from this book enriched, even if you just only dip into it in 10-minute snatches now and again.

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