Startups have to shed their skin in order to grow. If we don’t recognize the importance of this change and deal with the consternation it inevitably brings — we’re doomed to fail.
Startups aren’t about big announcements. They are about being in the trenches every day getting just one more small victory.
I won the startup game by opting out of it. Instead, I focused on my own business and stopped worrying about what everyone else was doing.
Not every passion pays well. However instead of starting with “what will make the most money?” and hoping you like it, try starting with what you’re most passionate about and figure out how to do that profitably.
What if I told you the perfect idea is a myth? We all know what the myth looks like – it’s this moment of inspiration where it’s so obvious that the world will love your idea for the Double Decker Couch. You rush downstairs in your PJs and begin a montage scene going from blueprint, to big […]
Launching a startup can happen really quickly. Making it a real business — Now, that takes a lot of time. But how much time does it take to make a startup successful? I get asked this question a lot. The short answer is it takes at least 4 years just to get pointed toward a […]
Startups aren’t about big announcements. They are about being in the trenches every day getting just one more small victory. We all love celebrating the big wins with big announcements. We celebrate when we raise a big funding round. (By the way, you shouldn’t – that’s like celebrating taking on more student loan debt. It […]
Walk through Jason Nazar’s mind as he sold Docstoc to Intuit. A play by play guide for all founders when considering selling their company.
As we head into the New Year, it’s time to look back at the major players and milestones in startup funding.