Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Explains His Mantra To Success

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Amazon.com, Inc, one of the leading tech companies, focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence. Jeff Bezos, an alumnus of Princeton University, is the founder, chairman, and CEO of Amazon.

At Amazon’s re:MARS event in Las Vegas, Jeff claimed that he is stubborn on big ideas. “I’m flexible on the details, but I don’t like to give up on things that we’re working on. If you want to be an entrepreneur, the most important thing is to be customer obsessed, so don’t just satisfy your customers, figure out how to absolutely delight them,” said Bezos.

Jeff went on to explain that passion for the area of development and the ability to take risks is essential. He mentioned that at Amazon, failure is encouraged.

Jeff Bezos, the founder, chairman and CEO of Amazon.
Jeff Bezos, the founder, chairman and CEO of Amazon.
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In one of Jeff’s houses, he has a library with two fireplaces. One labelled “Dreamers” and another as “Builders.” These sections consist of books by dreamers and builders. It focuses on bringing the two together. The dreamers come first. They continue to dream until the builders make it all come true.

Bezos believes that one can be a dreamer and a builder. The motivational drive of your dreamer can help you build your way to the top!

So the choice is yours, do you want to be a dreamer, a builder or both?

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