Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneurship’

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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How to Build a Global Technology Company in Five Steps

Five steps to building a global technology company

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A Taste of India

Observations from living in India

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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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Keep Calm and Keep on Truckin’

If you believe everything that you read you would think that being an entrepreneur is all if not mostly one high after another; every idea being funded, every app getting built and every team jumping for joy every day. The reality is quite the opposite. But we do it because of the intense satisfaction we get from doing something meaningful. Something that we are passionate about.

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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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You Gotta Be Crazy to Change the World

“You’ve got to be crazy to change the world but you’ve got to be crazy not to.” — Patrick Kedziora “Here’s To The Crazy Ones. The misfits. The rebels. The trouble-makers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules, and they have no respect for […]

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One Potato, Two Potato – Why Revenues Are So Important

OK. You’ve heard it a thousand times. Show me the money. Having been surrounded by entrepreneurs, 24/7, for the past year and a half I’ve seen hundreds of projects and as many founders. For the most part they all have passion, smarts and in many cases a reasonably well thought out idea that they could pitch reasonably […]

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Competitions & Demo Days – We don’t give a damn about your stinkin’ badges

Commentary on business plan competitions and demo days. What’s important is building your business, not the accolades that come from contests.

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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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