William Saito – To Win In business, You Must Search for Failure from the Start

William Saito is a name that will always be an inspiration to many young aspiring technocrats and leaders of today. From a small dorm room in Riverside, University of California, this young man was able to make a name for himself by inventing a software company in 2000. As if this is no achievement enough, he was able to attract the attention of IT bigwigs, Microsoft who would later buy the company’s firmware rights hence cementing Mr. Saito authority in the industry. So what has been Mr. Saito’s secret all along?

 

As an established businessman, technocrat and venture capitalist with influence in over 25 startup companies, Mr. Saito is one of the most crucial factors to the success of any company. According to this established businessman, the secret to winning in any business is by searching for failure from the word go. By acknowledging the risk and accepting failure, Mr. Saito believes the lessons can be loosely translated to success.

 

The multiple graduates from the University of California, Riverside, Harvard, and Yale who also has lectured business management at the School of management, UCLA doesn’t have faith in the education system. According to William, the system does not support purposeful failure, which is a huge shame.

 

William Saito’s advice on getting started in business

 

While education is equally important to the success of any business, Mr. Saito believes that real learning and more so in business start at the point of doing something and failing then doing it all over again. Second, to this, curiosity strikes as a key factor for any business success. Get curious about how things work. This will help you discover more and give you the understanding of developing them. While it is common to second guess yourself when starting out, you need to believe in yourself and accept that the failing process helps you to build yourself.

 

William Saito achievements

 

Saito’s brief cannot be complete without quick mentions of his achievements. The man has been “Entrepreneur of the Year!” in Ernst & Young, 2998 NASDAQ and the USA today. He holds the 2016 Japanese Medal of Honor award for his contributions to the recovery and cleaning up efforts for the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe. His efforts to the political and economic sectors cannot go unmentioned.

 

 

 

 

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