Fri.Jun 07, 2019

Workfront - Modern Work, Modern Markets

deal architect

Many vendors talk about the "Future of Work". It's usually in the future tense. They forget that the future is already here. The BLS adds many brand new occupations in its listings every few years. We glibly talk about the. Cloud Computing, SaaS

Deeply Vulnerable Writing on Startup Failure

Feld Thoughts

Jasper Nathaniel recently wrote a long, detailed post titled When Your Startup Fails. It may be the most vulnerable and honest post I’ve read on failure, certainly in a while. I spent the day yesterday in Grand Junction at Techstars Startup Week West Slope. After a full day of meetings, events, and talks, I ended up at dinner with a half-dozen CEOs of startups in the area (Grand Junction, Carbondale, Eagle, and Telluride.)

5 Questions To Help Solve The Tough Business Problems

Startup Professionals Musings

In my role as a business advisor, one of the attributes I often see in a good leader is the ability and willingness to ask good questions , before moving forward or issuing edicts, potentially in the wrong direction.

Hacking for Defense @ Stanford 2019

Steve Blank

We just finished our 4th annual Hacking for Defense class at Stanford. At the end of each class we have each team give a Lessons Learned presentation.

5 Attitudes That Define Servant Leaders

YFS Magazine

If you want to take the next step in your leadership journey, learn the art of servant leadership. Editor Picks Lead business leaders leadership servant leadership

8 Ways Millennial Entrepreneurs Are Different From Their Predecessors


Each year, around 627,000 businesses start up in the United States. Nearly the same amount fold each year. And with millennials now outnumbering baby boomers, a large portion of entrepreneurs are in that age range.

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Building Your Own Home: Common Mistakes


Close-up Of Person Hand Holding House Key In Hand. If you have the funds, there’s no doubt that building your own home is the ultimate dream. If you can source the land, putting together a design that suits your family’s needs down to a tee couldn’t be more perfect.

Save Time, Money and Resources With a Business and PR Plan

Rembrandt Communications

Do you have a sales, marketing or PR plan in place for the months ahead? When you wake up in the morning, do you have a set plan of tasks that you know you need to accomplish that day? If you are just “winging it,” it’s likely that you are doing more reactive tasks than those that can truly propel your business to the next level. With this in mind, here are a few tips to think about this month to help you plan ahead for business success. Do What Works For You.

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How To Grow Costumers On YouTube


What’s the worlds best search engine? Yes, you’re right its Google but do you know what’s the world’s 2nd best search engine? It’s not Bing, Yahoo, in fact, it’s YouTube.

How to Plan the Perfect Startup Team Building Retreat

The Startup Magazine

A team building retreat is a brilliant way for companies to create a more positive culture in the workplace which will increase efficiency and productivity.

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The Best Time To Take Out A Personal Loan


Personal loans are meant for personal use, just as suggested by the name. There are so many instances where people may just need funds for personal use. These types of loans are often unsecured, which means that you don’t need collateral for approval.

Austin Has a Street Harassment Problem

Austin Startup

Image: Pinterest/Talkspace This story was originally published on Content Warning: This article contains graphic language, most of it heard firsthand on the streets of Austin. Almost every woman in Austin has a list.

Why Free Board Management Software Is Costly

Board Effect

Have you ever gotten something for free and then become disappointed because it wasn’t what you expected?

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Friday Fun-ism: Value Creation and Value Capture

View from Seed

Two phrases that often come up in our internal discussion is around value creation and value capture. I think of this on three levels. Does a company’s product/service create value? Is the value jaw dropping ?