entrepreneurs

Builders and Sellers

Successful entrepreneurs are world-class builders or sellers, and the elites are both — look no further for examples than Elon Musk or Jeff Bezos. Both can masterfully articulate their vision and persuade others to support it. Additionally, they are technically savvy and know how to …

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Egos and Execution

If you only watch Netflix or follow the mainstream media, you’d think startups are romantic, sexy, and regularly mint billionaires. Sure, startups and new ventures can be exciting, but in many cases, they’re a grind and can be very stressful. The entrepreneurs who know this …

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Never Brick a Product

SaaS plus a box is THE model for technology hardware companies. Simply put, it’s when a company attaches a subscription to its hardware for the consumer to maximize the hardware’s features. And, the more expensive the hardware, the more likely the consumer is to stick …

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Solve Problems Slowly

Entrepreneurs are inundated with challenges, surprises, and problems. It’s part of the game. And whether we acknowledge it or not, that unpredictable nature of entrepreneurship is what we love. We love building and fixing things. However, when it comes to problems, there is a recurring …

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The Most Underpaid Professional Athlete of All Time?

As a hard-core basketball fan who grew up watching the Bulls win 6 championships, I thoroughly enjoyed the first two episodes of ‘The Last Dance.’ They were nostalgic, and listening to Michael Jordan reminisce about the Bulls’ run was pretty cool. However, more compelling than …

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Forgetfulness Can Be a Superpower

Ryan Holiday is a marketing guru, student of the stoics, rancher, and from all the podcasts, content, and books I’ve read of his, a pretty grounded family man. I just finished his latest book, Stillness Is The Key, this past week and wanted to highlight …

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