The famous idiom "practice what you teach" is a great teaching tool for leaders of all kinds. Leaders who seek to build the best possible organizations they can will benefit from applying this idiom to their work.
Sometimes leaders need to be just as good at what they preach as they are at being what they practice. Sometimes what they practice is just not enough, and they need to find new ways to get people to follow them.
Now we all know the Michael Saylor / MicroStrategy story that occurred in 2020. In the span of six months, Microstrategy bought over 70,000 bitcoin. Michael’s thesis, bitcoin is the ultimate synthetic, long-term treasury reserve asset and way superior to gold in all aspects.
A couple of weeks ago, Michael even revealed on Twitter that he would share with Elon his bitcoin playbook. But before Michael did any and all of that, before MicroStrategy ever bought its first bitcoin, Michael bought bitcoin first. Michael bought over 17,000 bitcoin first before he approached and encouraged the board at Microstrategy to buy bitcoin Why…because he wanted to practice what he was teaching?
Now Michael has decided to practice this idiom on a grander scale.
Business intelligence firm MicroStrategy is offering a free, online course in Bitcoin strategy on February 3 and 4, 2021.
The first day focuses on how Bitcoin can be adopted by corporations. “Our first day agenda provides a concise yet comprehensive overview of the topics corporations need to address as they develop and implement their Bitcoin strategy,” MicroStrategy said.
On the second day, MicroStrategy will provide an “overview of strategic vendors and offerings in the Bitcoin marketplace.” On this day, several presentations will be given by major cryptocurrency companies like Binance, Coinbase and Fidelity.
Companies can register for the free online event at the MicroStrategy website. Sessions will run between 1 pm and 6 pm EST. I'm going to see if I can sneak my way into the event to pick up some GEMS being dropped by the presenters, one of which will be Michael himself.
This post is my personal opinion. I’m not a financial advisor, this isn't financial advise. Do your own research before making investment decisions.
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