Tag Archives: entrepreneurship

Don’t Mistake Genius with Hard Work

I might have told you that I once went to a MENSA meeting just to find out what geniuses are like. I was expecting to be blown away with sheer intellect from geeks wanting to chatter about the latest in math or technology.  What would you expect to find at… Read more »

How to scale up your agency: a fresh approach

A colleague and I were discussing “leadership” and what that truly meant.  We came up with this analogy, which I hope you’ll enjoy. Imagine you move rocks for a living.  The more rocks you move, the more you’re paid.  You don’t move rocks, you don’t get paid.  Thus, you understand… Read more »

You wouldn’t believe this was me a year ago

A year ago, I had nothing– no health, no money, and a career that looked more like a homeless man’s exploits than what might pass as a functional business. I explain what that life feels like here. Ever chase money and feel like a hamster on a wheel? I was chasing… Read more »

Thoughts Astray: A founders story by Josh Bachrach of Stable Company

I admire entrepreneurs of all types. I’ve known Josh for a few years and wanted to share with you the zeal that only founders have. Notice how this is different than how an employee talks about their company—even without the F word! Ever since I can remember, clothes have been… Read more »