Ricardo Krug on done being better than perfect

If there’s one main thing multipassionate entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Introcrim Ricardo Krug thinks Western culture can learn from China, it’s embracing speed.

Not focusing on getting it perfect from the getgo is what he believes allows China to get on the market faster. They also don’t get too attached to their creations, leaving room to embrace failure and always trying something new. Hear more from Ricardo’s philosophy around the importance of focusing on done rather than perfect in this episode of BrainyHeart.

Tune in now to discover:

  • Why academic knowledge needs to become entertaining & bingeable
  • The immutable laws of marketing
  • Embracing and adapting China’s velocity
  • The 80/20 rule
  • How China deals with failure
  • If there is a one-size-fits-all concept to success
  • How our culture has moved from focusing on the collective to the individual

About Ricardo Krug

Ricardo Krug is the Co-Founder of Introcrim, a Brazilian startup that focuses on legal education. With a background in Criminological Studies both in the United States, as a Columbia University Graduate Foundations Professional, and Brazil’s University of Sao Paulo, Ricardo works as the project’s main lecturer in Criminal Law and Criminology, developing strategies to ensure the democratization of knowledge to even the farthest locations in Brazil. 

Introcrim challenges the common misconceptions surrounding the Criminal Justice System, enticing law students and laymen alike into thinking critically about its functioning and purposes, with a network of more than 15,000 students around the country.

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