Starting a company is scary. It can be paralyzing to think of all the things that can go wrong. Read this post to join a community of entrepreneurs sharing their fears and starting up anyway.
The intention of this series of posts is to share the story of the beginning and ending of a business. This post focuses on funding-hard or soft money and scaling-big bang or step-by-step.
Lonneke CraemersFebruary 7, 2014
The intention of this series of posts is to share the story of the beginning and ending of a business. This post focuses on your people, finding the right management (local or expat) and how best to hire, groom and train your team.
Ties KroezenFebruary 5, 2014
The intention of this series of posts is to share the story of the beginning and ending of a business. This post focuses on choosing the right business model for your business.
Lonneke CraemersFebruary 3, 2014
In the spirit of vulnerability and authenticity, I want to call attention to something I often struggle with as an entrepreneur. I have a tendency to get so excited about things I’m working on that I am guilty of hyperbole and sometimes stretching the truth. I’m hoping that in 2014 I can turn this bad habit around and I thought to myself what better place to start than with this post.
Daniel EpsteinJanuary 14, 2014
Watch: Pascal Finette, Portfolio Manager at Google Giving divulges his secrets of mustering the courage to take risks that could result in failure, how to keep the main thing the main thing and why your numbers are bullshit.
Unreasonable MediaDecember 6, 2013
Watch as media mogul, Waylon Lewis, shares proven strategies for building a loyal audience, sticking to your guns (for better or worse) and risking it all to do the right thing.
Unreasonable MediaNovember 8, 2013
You'll have 10-15 shots at doing something new throughout your career. Read this post to figure out how to make the most of them.
Pascal FinetteSeptember 4, 2013