May 17, 2018

If you want to start a company, make sure you have a product or service to sell first. If the endeavor involves other people, you’ll want to incorporate with a structure that protects you and your partners, especially if one of your friends is clueless or litigious. Li...

May 9, 2018

The questions are simple, yet without them, it could mean the difference between success and failure in your startup (and also your life).

When it comes to nailing things down for your business, often times the attention is put on the idea, and then maybe after that, t...

April 19, 2018

When you're first beginning, it's important to understand the things that suck in startups along with the things that don't. This can help you make better decisions from the beginning and not waste time, effort, or money:

To recap, here are the five things that suck in...

April 12, 2018

Do you know how to attract investors for your startup? What are the key things that startup (quality) investors are really looking for, above all else? In this quick, but useful video, I talk about the best ways to attract investors for your startup:

 Here are the key t...

April 5, 2018

One of the most important steps you can take in your startup journey is to find investors. But you have to be careful, you shouldn't blindly follow just anyone. My video talks about investor vultures to avoid:

There are two types of investors that tend to be attracted t...

March 27, 2018

When you have a co-founder, you're 3x more likely to scale in your startup and not need venture capital.

Without a doubt, you will need other founders in your startup. I’ve met tons of founders who think they can do it all. They write grants, raise money, build product...

March 21, 2018

 These are the top 10 things that newly-funded founders do that make them look like complete knuckleheads. You can watch the full video here:

If you want to start off on the right foot, try to avoid doing these things:

10) They sign office leases, buy matching furniture...

March 9, 2018

A startup is a new company, usually less than three years old. It can have anywhere from $500 personal cash to $1.5MM of venture capital in the bank. Startups are unforgiving beasts. They’ll eat you alive if you let them, but they can also fund your retirement and yiel...

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