“The time will come when Winter will ask you what you were doing all Summer.”
I took the extra hour I had today and made a list of a few key things I want to accomplish before the end of the year. Many of these I can use your help or feedback on, please feel free to contact me.
- Schedule a “Getting More Customers” workshop in December; please contact me if you are interested in taking part. Done: you can learn more here “Getting More Customers in 90 days Wed-Dec-8-2010“
- Run two special Bootstrapper Breakfasts the week between Christmas and New Years.
- Mon-Dec-27 9am-10:30am at Red Rock Coffee in Mountain View
- Thu-Dec-30 9am-10:30am at Coco’s in Sunnyvale
- Publish four more posts for my Entrepreneurial Engineer blog at EE Times, please contact me if you would like to be interviewed. My most recent post was “Docea Power Successfully Bootstraps as a New EDA Player” on Nov-4-2010.
- Dec-6-2010 “Plunify Launches SaaS Platform that Integrates FPGA Design Tools“
- Dec-13-2010 “Ten Quotes To Help Bring Order Out Of Chaos At Your Company“
- Dec-20-2010 “Eric Deal Bounces Back From a Startup Shutdown to Establish Cyclic Design“
- Dec-27-2010 miss
- I gave five talks in the last seven weeks that I need to get documented (my apologies to folks for taking so long to get the slides and transcripts published):
- Sep-13-2010: “Ten Tips for Choosing a Business Partner” at WIC
- Sep-23-2010 “Feed Readers De-Mystified / Tips for Keeping Informed” a People on the Go webinar
- Oct-10-2010 “Will Work For Equity Panel” at Silicon Valley Code Camp
- Oct-21-2010 “Forming and Leading Teams of Experts” at SDForum Engineering Leadership SIG
- Nov-2-2010 “Assessing Your Market Opportunity” at SDForum Kickstart Your Startup
- Explore a mastermind group for bootstrapping technology startups that would complement the Bootstrapper Breakfasts in Silicon Valley. Please contact me if you are interested in taking part, we will likely start one in January 2011.
Warning Dates in Calendar Are Closer Than They Appear
There are slightly less than eight weeks left in 2010–given that Thanksgiving and Christmas take place in two of them it’s more like six work weeks–so it’s time for a kick finish if you need to catch up.
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