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How Elon Musk Built His Empire - [Infographic]

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This graphic was created by information designer Anna Vital, read herfull article here.
Step by Step: How Elon Musk Built His Empire (by Anna Vital)“The next Bill Gates will not build an operating system. The next Larry Page or Sergey Brin won’t make a search engine. Tomorrow’s champions will not win by competing ruthlessly in today’s marketplace. They will escape competition altogether, because their businesses will be unique.”– Peter Thiel in “Zero to One” In the bookZero to One, prominent entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel shares his vision on what it takes to create an extraordinary company. Specifically, Thiel believes that instead of making incremental upgrades to an existing product or service, a company must aim to do something completely new to avoid ruthless competition. While Thiel has worked with many impressive people over the years, Thiel points to Elon Musk as a particularlysuccessful memberof the Paypal Mafia that has gone “zero to one” many times. THE RÉSUMÉAt only the…

Cartooning With Blitz

Bruce Blitz is the creator and host of this four-time Emmy-Nominated Television series, Cartooning with Blitz. This fast-paced cartooning variety show features comic strips, cartoon portraits, animal drawings, and spinning the Wheel of Features, which can create over 100,000 cartoon faces. Bruce Blitz also welcomes celebrity guest cartoonists to his studio, and takes viewers on fascinating trips like the Museum of Cartoon Art and Busch Gardens. Another big draw for audiences of all ages is the "Doodle Trick" segment where Bruce shows viewers how to take simple shapes, numbers, letters, even words and turn them into wacky cartoons.

I love watching this show when I was a kid, trying to learn how to draw. Never really got good at it though.


Of all the shows I've seen, this drawing Popeye is the one I remember most.

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