Archive for the ‘Innovation’ Category

THE 101 HATS OF AN ENTREPRENEUR

Being an entrepreneur literally means having to wear 101 hats. Here’s my list of the hats I wear from time to time.

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Part I Becoming an Entrepreneur – Je Fait, Donc Je Suis – I Do, Therefore I Am

“Je fait, donce je suis” – “I do, therefore I am”. Focus on “getting shit done” and JFDI.

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More About Understanding The World… 5 Tips on How to Find International Opportunities

5 Tips on How to Find International Opportunities

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I’m mad as hell and don’t want complex edtech anymore!

How much has teaching and learning really changed in the last 10,000 years? Sure, we have the internet with millions of pages but that’s just a big disorganized library. What about the real stuff of teaching and learning? I don’t think teaching and learning has changed at all, matter of fact I think we’ve lost touch with some very simply truths and technology needs to reflect that.

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A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins With JFDI

A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins With JFDI

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International Opportunities – Part II – Copycat Entrepreneurialism

Picasso said the good artists copy and the great artists steal. Look for opportunities in the US you can take to the non-US market AND look for opportunities in the non-US market that you can take to the US. Make Picasso proud!

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10 Things Every Startup Needs to Know

Where have I been for the past year? In Startup Chile building my startup: Kedzoh. And, I wanted to share 10 things I think you need to know when doing your own startup.

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Understanding The World – Part I – 5 Tips on How to Find International Opportunities

In the past I’ve written more than a few blogs about the opportunities that exist for non-US entrepreneurs in the United States. Today, I’m writing about the vast opportunities open to all entrepreneurs worldwide. They just need to know how to look. So here are 5 tips on how to look for and spot international opportunities. […]

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New Patent Law Embraces First to File, un-American July 4th

The new patent law which recently passed the House and Senate in order to make US patent law more in line with international patent law will change the US patent system from one of First to Invent to one of First to Patent – a change which will benefit established companies and smother innovation.

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This Whole Android Vs. Apple Thing Is So USA

We’re so busy trying to conjure up the next Facebook that we’re missing Facebookx10 opportunities. So start innovating outside the box (e.g. the Fifty States, the EU).

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