Steve drops some wisdom from brilliant business minds like Mario Andretti, Winston Churchill, and Wayne Gretzky.
Our burn rate is out of control.
>> Hey, Laura, if everything seems under control,
you're not going fast enough, Mario Andretti.
>> Okay, but this means we're going to run out of money soon.
>> Laura, a pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity, but
an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.
Winston Churchill, great man, King of England.
>> I get the idea.
You're a complete moron.
>> Laura, ideas are a commodity, execution of them is not, Michael Dell.
Might have heard of him.
[LAUGH] >> This is just embarrassing.
>> If you aren't embarrassed by the first version of your product,
you shipped too late.
Reid Hoffman, brilliant mind.
>> Are you almost done yet?
>> Laura, I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it was.
That's a quote by Wayne Gretzky, the great one.
>> Okay, obviously you found some inspirational quotes page.
>> Wait, what do you mean?
Those are just nuggets of truth I keep up here in the old vault.
>> You are really annoying.
Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.
That's another one by the great Bill Gates.
>> I honestly can't sit through any more of this.
>> Laura, whether you think you can or you think you can't,
you're right, Henry Ford.
>> If you say one more quote, I swear to God.
>> The way to get started is to quit talking and start doing, Walt Disney.
It's a great, wait, hey, Laura.
Here's a little ditty about Jack and Diane,
two American kids doing the best that they can, Margaret Thatcher.