Archive for October, 2011

The Infamous Eric Ries: The Lean Startup

Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup, is interviewed by Lara Druyan concerning the entrepreneurial process. If you haven’t seen it yet, I highly recommend it. To keep reading, click the "Like" button :)

3 Not-So-Secret Rules of Networking, for Introverts

Never have I seen so many introverts in one place (Bay Area) my entire life. It’s beautiful. Networking is not only for the extroverts, introverts can do it too. Here are some obvious tips for those who enjoy their alone time: To keep reading, click the "Like" button :)

The Fellowship of the Startup

Often we focus on the lone warrior, the brilliant mastermind, or the invincible hero that took on the burden of the impossible and succeeded. However, the truth is that behind every great hero or founder, there is a fellowship–your girlfriend/boyfriend, your parents, your best friend, your co-founder, your mentor, your loyal chess team, and so on. To keep reading, click the "Like" button :)   Incoming search terms for the   Read More ...

Forming a creed…to boldly go where no man has gone before!

Joe’s Best Friend: “Wow Joe, you’re really good at creating [insert web widgets]. You should consider starting a business, I bet you’d make a killing.” Joe: “You know, maybe I will. I mean, I love creating [insert web widgets]!” Joe proceeds to create an epic [insert web widget] for a few days and then realizes that he needs friends to use it. He finds many friends to use it but   Read More ...

The Life of an Entrepreneur…

You see them in the news, in the movies, and on the front page of magazines, the stories of “brilliant” entrepreneurs, who against all odds, made it big–stories of great leaders like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerburg. How do they do it? No really, how do they do it? Do you need to be brilliant to be truly successful in a startup? To keep reading, click the "Like"   Read More ...

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