Investor Dilemmas

Ready to start a new business?  Do you have enough money?  The biggest problem in starting any new business is the funding.  Deciding how much you need and where to get that money from is a tough decision. If you have money to fund your startup, use that!  But, I know that I don’t have […]

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Hiring Dilemmas

Are you ready to hire employees?  How are you finding A-Players?  When you find and hire these A-Players, how do you keep them? I would like to recommend “The Founder’s Dilemmas” By Noam Wasserman.  This is an important read for anyone looking to hire and keep hard working employees. Wasserman states that “The dilemmas that […]

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Roles and Skills determines A-Players

Have you ever heard the statement “Skills you can teach vs. Skills you can’t.”  What does that mean exactly?  Eric Herrenkohl states that “There are skills you can teach and skills you can’t.  Find a large pool of people who already have the fundamental skills you want, interview a lot of them, and hire the […]

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October 10, 2016

Building Social and Financial Capital

As a small business owner and entrepreneur you must be willing to build and work on your Financial Capital as well as your Social Capital.   As Noam Wasserman states “Social Capital” is the durable network of social and professional relationships through which founders can identify and access resources.  He also says that “Financial Capital” […]

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September 24, 2016

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