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A great coach can help you understand you, introduce perspective and unlock enormous stores of potential.
Later-stage co-founders are skilled, hungry and curious people who turbocharge growth. Here's how to find them and what to look for.
No, you don't need a co-founder. That is the simple answer to a complicated question.
I use this 15-minute framework to guard my time while helping people I wish to see succeed solve problems. Steal it shamelessly.
How I leveraged the flower delivery experience to help people deliver encouragement to friends and colleagues
I’d like to share the two questions I ask very early on in the hiring process.
This is not just a note for today, but my commitment as a leader and an ally.
Effort, like time, has value. Here is the rule and process that has helped me manage effort and energy for every new project I've started.
I hope the approach and tactics we've used to bring the Remote Control podcast to life will help you start your project. And with that, I have an ask.
Rainbows are opportunities amid uncertainty. Here are five steps to identify the rainbows while you keep focused on your companies survival.
Using Zoom can simultaneously mitigate a large number of risks, particularly when trying to maintain momentum and decrease virus transmission. Here's why.
Absolute statements can put company momentum into a stall and then free fall. I listen for six statements and here's how I curb their use.
Finding the right mentor is hard. And while they are essential to success, most mentoring models are stuck in the past. Here's an alternative.
Taking investment introduces a new set of decisions, trade-offs and expectations for the future of a company. Here are the six answers every entrepreneur should seek before making the call to raise capital.