Your Company, It’s Not Your Baby

This article first appeared on INC.com. Great start-up entrepreneurs are self-absorbed, heavy-ego machines. For some serious period of time, they have sat either by themselves or with one or two similarly focused co-founders in their office (read: bedroom), a Starbucks, or a borrowed corner of some other entrepreneurs’ office (perhaps not a bedroom), where they have done nothing but think about their idea. At this point in their company’s evolution, it’s a me-me-me proposition. As it should be. At this

Continue Reading

Site Footer

Sliding Sidebar

About Me

About Me

Speaker, investor, mentor, startup founder, national writer waxing poetic about founders, startups and startup communities. Currently EIR @ Techstars with Brad Feld ~ Startup Communities, to help community leaders around the world grow their startup community.

Categories

My 1st Book

side-ads