Quotes for Entrepreneurs Curated in November 2021, theme this month is gratitude and counting your blessings.
xMentium Reframes Contract Management as Faster Deals What follows is a quick look at xMentium’s current positioning and some lessons I have learned from their realization of the customer’s true need–or at least the need that emerged once you have contracts under revision control in a searchable repository. SKMurphy has been an advisor since February …
I have blogged about 9-11 14 times, starting with Lesser Sons of Greater Fathers in 2008. 9-11 is an American cultural watershed as transformative an event as Pearl Harbor, the Kennedy assassination, and the Moon landing.
Robert de Neve offered an interesting prediction in his Aug-11-2021 briefing on the 4th Industrial Revolution: your ability to win in your market space will depend on your ability to add mechatronics design to your repertoire.
In an Aug-18-2021 speech to House of Commons, Tom Tugendhat emphasizes the need for patience and persistence to achieve peace.
In “Too Smart” Morgan Housel outlines three risks of intellectual arrogance: a lack of empathy, poor communication, and poor grasp of detail.
An enterprise sale is a significant source of opportunity for startups, but it is a complex undertaking with many moving parts and many people involved. This article is the result of a collaboration with Brendan McAdams (@BrendanMcAdams), a sales and marketing professional focused on B2B clients in healthcare.
Some quotes and observations on the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution as a promissory note to all Americans.
“Skunk Works” by Ben R. Rich is a worthy sequel to Kelly Johnson’s “Kelly: More Than My Share of It All.” It brings the story of the Lockheed Skunkworks, founded by Johnson, up to 1995. There are a number of lessons for technology entrepreneurs.