A Journey Of A Thousand Miles…

entrepreMusings

This quote brought to you by Lao-Tzu , famous Chinese philosopher. However, I’m still hoping that there’s a small pot of gold at the end of this one though… Just For Fun random stuff working mom working mother lao-tzu; chinese philosopherBegins With A Single Step. I’m starting a new journey this week. Here are some other interesting quotes by him and you can see even more here: [link]. “I have three treasures.

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In its emptiness, there is the function of a startup

A Smart Bear: Startups and Marketing for Geeks

Lao Tzu suggests the answer is “yes,” because the functionality of the ship — the “emptiness” created by those boards — is the essence of the ship. Can’t be the office space, Lao Tzu already pointed that out.

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Franchises Finding International Niches

The Entrepreneurial Mind

Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Myanmar, Brunei, Cambodia and Laos are all seeing rapid growth in American franchise restaurants. ENTREPRENEURIAL PROFILE : Tony Chew: KFC Vietnam.

13 Quotes on the Joy and Importance of Giving

Up and Running

” — Lao Tzu; Tweet this! Will your business end the year strong? Are your employees staying productive ? How will you get a jump on next year ? Amid these concerns, don’t forget to enjoy this season and share joy with others.

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A Startup is Not a Smaller Version of a Large Company

Steve Blank

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Lao-tzu. If you read the academic literature or business press, you might believe that large companies and their business models are brought by the stork.

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The Most Excellent Qualities of Shareable Content

Duct Tape Marketing

photo credit: Laos, Muay Lao via photopin (license). The Most Excellent Qualities of Shareable Content written by Guest Post read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing. Today’s post is by Duct Tape Marketing’s Kala Linck – Enjoy!

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Going with the Flow

VC Cafe

Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like“—Lao Tzu. “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them—that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality.

My Personal Lesson on Race vs. Color

Austin Startup

If you were to take a closer look at ethnicity, you’ll know that refugee groups like Vietnamese, Laos, Hmongs, Burmese etc fall below the poverty line. I’m the East side of Austin one evening while on a date. A cute restaurant a bit on the fancy side.

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[Review] The Rise Of The New East

YoungUpstarts

Beneficiaries include ASEAN mainland cities like Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. Are China and India still the “factory” and “outsourced service provider” of the world? How big is the market for Muslim-friendly products and services?

The Story of Techbikers (You can Play a role too)

VC Cafe

Lao Tzu. A month from now, 70 people in the London tech industry will be (hopefully) on the last leg of a 320km (200 miles) cycle ride from Paris to London. What made these ‘geeks’ get off their laptop and get on their bikes?

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Side Business: Side Hustle Interview with Chris Guillebeau

The Startup Magazine

This is the third in a series of articles in The Startup Magazine discussing side businesses and some great advice on side business income opportunities.

Autonomous Vehicles: The Empty Re-positioning Challenge

Venture Chronicles

billion of investment each year, have proven to not increase carpooling and remain underutilized (LAO report link), toll roads have gained favor. Over the next 10 years it is estimated that the number of autonomous vehicles on U.S. roads will become a mainstream force.

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the world without altgate

Altgate

@altgate Startups, Venture Capital & Everything In Between Skip to content Home Furqan Nazeeri (fn@altgate.com) ← Microsoft Buys 37signals For $300 Million The Coming Venture Capital Boom → The World Without Altgate Posted on January 1, 2009 by fnazeeri No, this blog is not going anywhere.  I was just looking at the 2008 Google Analytics data for Altgate.  It is an amazing tool.  I wish I had installed it when I first created this blog, but alas I didn't so I only have data starting in February of last year.  It's mildly disturbing that Google gets to keep all of that data, but I suppose it's a fair trade since the service is free. Overall, 2008 was a great year of growth in traffic.  At the beginning of the year, there were just about 500 unique visitors per month and by December that grew to nearly 10K.  There was a similar growth in terms of RSS subscribers, finishing with about 750 (although Feedburner "lost" about 400 of them this morning which I assume will be "found" tomorrow). One metric that jumped out at me is the global reach.  I was amazed to discover that of some 200-ish countries in the world, there has been at least one visit from each except for just 77.  Sure most of the traffic was from the US (about 73% of total unique visits) but there was also traffic from all kinds of places like India (2.3%), Germany (1.5%), Australia (1.4%), Slovenia (0.7%, who knew!) and Israel (0.6%).  Below is the complete map of the countries still without a visitor to Altgate…if you know someone there send them a referral!  I'll update you all when I get the list of those without Altgate down to a dozen or so.   Afganistan Haiti Rwanda Barbados Honduras Saint Kitts and Nevis Benin   Iraq Saint Lucia Bhutan Kazakhstan Samoa   Bosnia & Herzegovina Kiribati   San Marino Burkina Faso Korea, North Seychelles Burundi   (Urundi) Kyrgyzstan             Sierra Leone Cameroon Laos           Solomon Islands Cape Verde Islands Lesotho   Somalia Central African Republic Liberia Sudan Chad Liechtenstein Suriname    Comoros Maldives Swaziland Côte d'Ivoire Mali Tajikistan Dem. Rep. of Congo Marshall Islands The Gambia Djibouti Mauritania Timor-Leste Dominica Mongolia, Rep. Togo El Salvador Montenegro Tonga (Nukualofa) Equatorial Guinea   Mozambique Turkmenistan Eritrea Myanmar (Burma) Tuvalu Micronesia Namibia Uzbekistan Fiji Nauru Vanuatu   Gabon Niger Vatican City Georgia Palau, Republic of Yemen Guinea   Papua New Guinea Zambia   Guinea–Bissau Paraguay Zimbabwe   Guyana   Republic of Congo Lastly, something that Google Analytics doesn't do is allow you to see where visitors are going when they leave your site.  You can see which page they left from but not where they went.  This feature is rumored to be in development but I couldn't get it even with the custom reporting.  Anyone have tips on this? Share and Enjoy: This entry was posted in Current Affairs and tagged Altgate , blogging , global audience , small world. Bookmark the permalink. ← Microsoft Buys 37signals For $300 Million The Coming Venture Capital Boom → Comments are closed. Archives March 2011 January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 May 2008 April 2008 March 2008 February 2008 January 2008 December 2007 November 2007 October 2007 September 2007 August 2007 July 2007 June 2007 May 2007 April 2007 October 2005 Meta Register Log in @altgate Proudly powered by WordPress.