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.
The pain, suffering and shock that Australians are feeling is palpable. Donation to charity is one option but here's another.
It’s often difficult to explain what it means to be an entrepreneur. Particularly to families whose livelihoods are based on traditional vocations. Here are some thoughts on this as families start to converge over the holiday season.
This reflection process is an essential ritual that I wish I had started a decade ago. It inspires important conversation and exposes blind spots, win:win!
Like most working parents, we try to explain why we work and why we travel for work. These explanations can help, but I'm trying different tactics.
The best first days are those where new team members only feel new on day one. After that, they are part of a community that fosters learning and progress.
The simplest explanation is often the correct one. This is the basis of Occam’s Razor and here's why I've dialled up its application.
Companies leave a lot of value on the table by not thinking about the role of the nuclear family in generating network effects.
A context switching penalty is the additional cognitive load that a person’s brain needs to process when switching from one topic or context to another.