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 […]
July 27, 2011

So + Lo + Mo = LOL

A lot of things are sort of funny right now with respect to technology entrepreneurship. One of those things is apparently called SoMoLo (or SoLoMo or […]
July 25, 2011

The (ir)rationality of entrepreneurship

I am convinced that entrepreneurship is far from a rational pursuit.  I am also pretty sure that I’m not the only person who thinks so. I’ll […]
July 22, 2011

Empowerment is everything

If I were to simplify the world into two types of teams, I’d have to say there are extraordinary teams and then there’s everybody else. If […]
July 13, 2011

Ideas are worthless, execution is everything

The thing that always surprises me is that entrepreneurs are so protective of their ideas. They don’t want to talk about them for fear that you’ll […]
June 28, 2011

Premature commitment bias

I’ve had the pleasure to be part of several startup ventures and advise on several others. The one thing I think nobody really talks about is […]
June 22, 2011

The importance of servant leadership

Sometimes the concept of servant leadership doesn’t get enough attention. When it does, most people understand the buzz wordiness of it but not its actual meaning […]
June 8, 2011

Not all experience is created equal

In my earlier post What would I look for in a co-founder?, I talked about some lessons I’ve learned along the way and the type of […]