Eight Lessons You Can Learn From Google’s Founders

“Find a powerful trend that you think is true but most people don’t. Being contrarian and right is where you will find the most outsized outlier opportunities.”

Ever wonder what you could learn if you read all of the Google Founders’ Letters that have been published since 2004? Well, you’re about to find out.

Because Li Jiang did just that and turned it into this collection of eight lessons you can learn from Google’s founders.

The lessons include to focus on continuous innovation instead of instant perfection, understand culture is not an afterthought, and it doesn’t matter how smart you are if you can’t execute.