one bites the dust

And another one bites the dust

Late last night, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigned from the $70B company he co-founded, not with a bang, but with a whimper.
While he will remain on the board, effective immediately, he will no longer be Uber’s CEO.
Kalanick announced his indefinite leave of absence last week — but earlier yesterday, 5 of Uber’s major shareholders (including their lead investor, Benchmark capital) staged a mutiny, demanding that he entirely vacate his position.
After hours of discussion with investors, Travis released a resignation statement, urging “Uber [to] go back to building rather than be distracted with another fight.”
In this case the word “Uber” and “Travis,” are interchangeable: this is a man who’s just tired of fighting.
After all, he’s the father of a child prodigy who ended up having some pretty severe growing pains — and now that child is essentially a ward of The State.

By Hustle Co

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one bites the dust

Failure is not something that most people welcome. Why would they? The failure to please oneself or another, the failure to live up to standards or expectations – these are uncomfortable feelings that, as human beings, we tend to do our best to avoid. “You have to go through some failures to get to where you want to go. We as parents have to focus on every once in a while letting our kids fail. We need to teach our kids not to accept failure, but to embrace failure and use it as a teaching experience, use it to learn from.”

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