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- How to Avoid the 2 Worst Pieces of Advice as an Entrepreneur and Startup
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Posted on August 2, 2011 | No CommentsWhen I was learning math in school, teachers taught a flat world based system (Euclidean), which is still taught today. Included in those lessons is the myth that the shortest distance between 2 points is a straight line. It’s the myth of the straight line, of predictability and stability surrounding a project business model, that most entrepreneurs try, and that...
Posted on July 26, 2011 | 2 CommentsA while back a question was asked on Quora (and I answered, which inspired this post), What popular startup advice is plain wrong? There seem to be an increasing number of startup ‘gurus’ along with more and more websites offering advice. Yet, there seems to be a lot of crap. So, what do you think is the worst? Take a look...
Posted on July 22, 2011 | No CommentsImagine if the most important skill an enterpreneur has is the ability to smile, really smile, not just a sales pitch, but something growing from within…do you think that would spread? I can tell you from personal experience, and lessons learned from a monk and an ex-Marine football coach, that smiling is the key to excellence… Sometimes your joy is...
Posted on June 10, 2011 | No CommentsIf you are not solving a problem, you are not relevant; if you are not a member of the market, the tribe you seek, how can you be relevant? Seems like everyone must be an entrepreneur these days, from those looking for new opportunities to people with jobs, who are now expected to be self-directed and responsible for generating results....
Posted on June 3, 2011 | No CommentsIs the idea that you know what you are doing a bluff? After all, we want to be confident and assured that you, unlike ourselves, are in control, know what’s up, and can do the right thing. Yep, sure, keep drinking that Kool Aid! I was reminded of this by a mentoring student who put together a video I did...
Why You Resist Change When Resistance is Futile: Because It’s Your Point of View (Pivot and Profit Podcast)Posted on June 1, 2011 | No Comments“It’s no longer about finding the solutions, we are the solution.” Marilyne Woodsmall, author of People Patterns Power When most people start out in business, there is this expectation of success, that it’s like a job. Then things change, don’t go as planned, and as the old saying goes, “When in trouble, when in doubt, run in circles, scream and...