August 29, 2011

Why what’s best for the person is ALWAYS what’s best for the company

I often get asked, “What do you do, what’s best for the person or what’s best for the company?” Or, “What happens when what’s best for […]
August 25, 2011

Why we don’t know what we want to be when we grow up

Someone mentioned a research study to me that demonstrated people are terrible at predicting what makes them happy. If you survey them, they’ll list what they […]
August 8, 2011

It’s a great time to start a company. Wrong!

A lot of people liken the ability to raise money as a strong indicator of great timing to succeed as a startup. I can see the […]
August 2, 2011

The solution to premature commitment bias starts with a K

As you may have noticed, I have recently found myself consumed by the problems facing technology entrepreneurship today.  In particular, it’s the amount of sheer waste […]
August 1, 2011

Sweat parity and the success disequilibrium

Startups are a funny thing.  The amount you learn in the first 24 months after inception is enormous.  You discover all the best kept secrets about […]