Journey of a Serial Entrepreneur

Getting from where you are to where you want to be

2011

2011
December 31, 2011

Lessons Learned in 2011

As the clock turned to midnight, I paused for a moment and thought to myself, I wouldn’t trade places with anyone else at this moment in time….. I am pretty certain that in time when I look back at my journey as an entrepreneur, 2011 will be a defining year. It will be an year - Read More -

September 2, 2011

How Badly Do You Want to Succeed

I came across this video recently and found it truly inspirational. It is one of those videos that makes you stop and think for a minute. About where you are, what you are doing and whether you are still on the path you want to be on. Life has this infinite capacity to consume you - Read More -

August 29, 2011

Updates from IDENTIFII

The last couple of months have been a blur. The small team behind the scene at IDENTIFII has been working ridiculously hard on creating a very high quality psychometric instrument for our members. We dove head first into the task, not totally aware of the huge complexities behind what we had endeavored to do. A - Read More -

August 12, 2011

Truth about Entrepreneurship

“Starting a company is hard, risky, painful and usually seems unfair. Starting a company that will leave a lasting mark on the world is reserved for the borderline insane or very lucky — not for those who need to be propped up with pep talks. In short, entrepreneurship is not a short cut. If you - Read More -

August 9, 2011

Giving Back

Last week I had the opportunity to have three conversations with individuals looking to apply to the Founder Institute and who have solid ideas going into the program. The best part about having been through the cycle of taking an idea and building it into something is that you can help others save a lot - Read More -

August 6, 2011

Minimal Viable Product Research

I was doing some research on creating a minimal viable product for a short talk I will be giving. Listed below is some of the helpful research material I found. What is the minimum viable product? – Venturehacks The Minimum Viable Product Dissected What happens to user experience in a minimum viable product? Perfection By - Read More -

August 3, 2011

OmniFocus & Reviews

I mentioned doing monthly reviews in my last post and got some questions regarding how I manage them and what software I use. Here is what I currently use: I use a product called OmniFocus that syncs through all my devices and helps me keep track of all the projects and tasks I need to - Read More -

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