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Workfront - looking for work productivity in all the right places

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Alex Shootman, CEO of Workfront, is versatile on many fronts. He has traveled more of the world than his tech peers. He has a family with adopted kids which deserves to be profiled in a movie. He is very good. Cloud Computing, SaaS digital transformations

Why Companies and Government Do “Innovation Theater” Instead of Actual Innovation

Steve Blank

This article previously appeared in the Harvard Business Review. The type of disruption most companies and government agencies are facing is a once-in-every-few-centuries event. Disruption today is more than just changes in technology, or channel, or competitors – it’s all of them, all at once.

7 Strategies To Prepare For Global Market Challenges

Startup Professionals Musings

New entrepreneurs who want to survive, and optimize the growth of their startups, need to think globally, and act locally, from day one.

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Capturing Luck with “or” instead of “and”

A Smart Bear: Startups and Marketing for Geeks

I won a fake stock market competition in elementary school. I put all my money in a few penny stocks — where prices are less than a dollar, and because of their small denomination, their value (as a percentage) fluctuates wildly. Some days I had the worst portfolio, other days I had the best.

Is Winter coming for startups?

VC Cafe

11 years ago Sequoia released the “ RIP Good Times ” Presentation. With the financial crisis meltdown, it was clear that “winter is coming” for startups.

Why the changes at SAP may be timely for the industry

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Since Thursday evening I have heard from many if I am surprised by the changes at the top at SAP My answer is "only slightly" From Sapphire in May, I wrote after some of the changes earlier in the year. Enterprise Software (IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP) Industry Commentary

10 Signals That You Can Be A Trusted Business Leader

Startup Professionals Musings

Every entrepreneur and business leader believes that he or she has the full trust of their team and their customers, and in fact most do in the beginning. In my experience, most business professionals still believe in the old proverb, “ trust but verify.”

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The Roger Federer of Marathoning

Feld Thoughts

Eliud Kipchoge runs on his way to break the historic two hour barrier for a marathon in Vienna, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. Eliud Kipchoge has become the first athlete to run a marathon in less than two hours, although it will not count as a world record.

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28 Entrepreneurs Share Their Tips and Tricks of Staying Motivated


When the going gets rough in business, you’ll need motivation to keep moving. Motivating yourself can be hard but practicing consistent habits such as reminding yourself of why you started can be a major boost.

3 Proven Holiday Marketing Strategies For Business Owners

YFS Magazine

Plan your holiday marketing campaigns now so that execution will be smooth and stress-free! Grow Marketing & Sales holiday business tips holiday marketing marketing

5 Strategies For Building Winning People Connections

Startup Professionals Musings

In the entrepreneur world, it’s still a popular misconception that the “idea” is everything.

How Small Steps Can Drive Big Results For Your Business


by Shawn Burcham , founder and CEO of PFSbrands and author of “ Keeping Score With GRITT : Straight Talk Strategies For Success “ In business, it’s the major leaps that people notice and remember.


ProLon Day 5

Feld Thoughts

Today’s the last day of my ProLon Fasting Mimicking Diet. I wrote about my start in a post titled ProLon Day 1. I was a little nervous about trying this so I figured I’d blog about it to bust through any anxiety I was having about trying it. I find myself very happy with it on Day 5.

The 7 habits of highly effective people… in startups

VC Cafe

I’ve just finished re-reading “ The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change”, a bestseller written by Stephen R. Covey 30 years ago; it might be old, but it is still extremely relevant.

The Biggest Mistake Your Startup is Making


Entrepreneurs always make mistakes. When you’re building a business , you will get things wrong. Everyone does. It’s part of the learning process. If you’re not failing occasionally, you’re not trying hard enough. Let me explain the biggest mistake your startup is making.

7 Strategies To Make You A Business Leader Role Model

Startup Professionals Musings

We are living in a new generation of business, where customers drive the experience, and highly engaged employees are required to keep up with customer expectations. Traditional business leadership practices, including autocratic, reactive, and narcissistic, aren’t good enough.

Have You Got What It Takes? 5 Things All Startups Need To Succeed


Starting your own business from scratch is a rollercoaster of emotions. But do you have what it takes to succeed?

Marriage And Business: 8 Ways To Create Healthy Priorities And Balance

YFS Magazine

All married couples sail through troubled waters and being married to an entrepreneur presents its unique challenges. Lifestyle couplepreneurs dating lifestyle relationships

Isaac Gilinski Defines the Positive and Negative Changes Associated with a Recession

The Startup Magazine

The global markets may be moving toward a recession as of 2019. Recessions are uniquely damaging to the world financial landscape, with ripple effects that promulgate throughout many different industries and economic sectors.

Coming Storms: Three Reasons That VC Firms May Start Overlooking “We’re Conflicted” and Make Competing Investments

Hunter Walker

There was a time when far less written about – or by – venture capitalists. But I seem to recall “we won’t invest in two competing companies” was an oft-stated principle even in these more opaque days.

3 Elements Of Business Planning Drive Future Success

Startup Professionals Musings

Your business can’t be all things to all people, and excel at anything. Every entrepreneur and every business needs a strategy to keep them focused. In fact, in this new world of pervasive interactivity, it’s time to rethink even how to develop a strategy.

Business Ideas You Can Start With Next To No Money


Are you holding back on your dreams of starting your own business because you don’t have a lot of money to invest? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that you don’t need a lot to get started.

8 Hiring And Interview Tips For Small Business Owners

YFS Magazine

Ready to hire new employees? Here's a brief and comprehensive list of hiring and interview tips to help you find your ideal employees. Grow Human Capital hiring employees hiring new employees HR job descriptions

What is Burnout? Understanding the Link Between Work Stress and Health

The Startup Magazine

Too much pressure at work can often lead to burnout. So, what is the link between work stress and health? Read on to find out more about how to cope. Workplace burn out has been a hot topic in recent years.

Artificial Intelligence Startup SparkCognition Raises $100 Million in Additional Funding


SparkCognition announced Tuesday that it has raised $100 million in additional VC funding. March Capital Partners led the Series C round. To date, the Austin-based startup, founded in 2013, has raised $175 million. “In

5 Creative ways companies are changing their workplaces

Our Own Start-up

If the workplace is creative, wonders are the results!

Top 5 Reasons To Start An Escape Room Business


An article titled “ The unbelievably lucrative business of escape rooms ” with a subtitle “Where locking up your customers can lead to 800% revenue growth in one year” caught entrepreneurial-minded people’s eyes in 2015.

B2B Video Marketing: A Strategy for Lead Generation


Video marketing is booming. It’s no longer news. Cisco predicts that, globally, video traffic will be more than 80% of all web traffic by 2022 (up from a prediction of 75% made in 2017).

How To Raise Capital For A New StartUp

The Startup Magazine

Starting your own business can be an exciting time. But it can also be stressful, daunting, and incredibly overwhelming, especially when it comes to the task of raising the necessary funds to get your dream off the ground.

Exploring Space, Travel, and Colonization at SpaceATX


Space is big business in Texas and it’s getting bigger. To explore the industry and its impact in Austin and San Antonio, Silicon Hills News is putting on its first space industry conference: SpaceATX: Space the Next Frontier: Exploring Space, Travel and Colonization.

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How to effectively train your employees to lead

Our Own Start-up

When you spot leadership material in your employees, you want to do your best to cultivate it as effectively as possible. Corporate Life Leadership identifying leadership in employees leadership in your employees train your employees train your employees to lead white belt sigma six training

8 Tips To Creating Impactful Explainer Videos


Explainer videos have grown to be one of the most popular advertising forms today. Given how comprehensive and creative these short videos are, it’s understandable why solopreneurs and huge corporations alike are allocating more of their marketing budget into this strategy. .

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3 Reasons Why Entrepreneurs Should Analyze Patent Trends

YFS Magazine

Global IP strategist, JiNan Glasgow George, cites key reasons companies should capitalize on IP-driven growth opportunities. Business Law Grow Intellectual Property IP patents

Dr. Dallas Dance Explains Why Leaders Should Never Stop Learning

The Startup Magazine

Too many leaders are complacent and feel that they have gained the highest level of skill in their fields. Leaders who are not in learning mode can cause stagnation in the workplace, maintaining the status quo rather than forging into new territory.

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Video: Explore Seoul’s cool startup kitchens — plus a robot restaurant!

The Next Web

If there are two things that South Korea should be known for, it’s tech innovation and delicious food. Seoul houses giants such as Samsung and LG, and its startup ecosystem is seeing amazing growth. The city’s food culture is also to die for (I mean, who doesn’t love kimchi?),

UT Austin Engineering Professor John B. Goodenough Wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry


The University of Texas at Austin has a new Nobel Prize winner in chemistry: John B. Goodenough, a professor in the Cockrell School of Engineering.

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What Happens When Data Quality Goes Wrong And How To Fix It


From banking to pharmaceuticals and construction to every industry, corporate decisions are always driven by data. This determines a company’s long-term success. The quality of data a company can access determines their customer experiences, analytics, insights, retention, and revenue.