We see corporate logos every day. Did you ever look closely at them? Scroll down and be surprised. Do you see the arrow between the “E” and “x” ?? 2nd and 3rd “t’s” are two people sharing a tortilla over a bowl of salsa Read more about The hidden genius in some corporate logos. Did you notice these before now??? #fb #in[…]
As published by brandmakernews.com/ 1. Embrace the opportunity in every situation. “Getting fired from Apple was the best thing that could have ever happened to me. The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again, and less sure about everything. It freed me to enter one of the mostRead more about 10 bits of business wisdom from Steve Jobs. #in #fb[…]
Ken Mair has prepared this excellent piece on marketing small business using bootstrapped resources, something very near and dear to my heart as a small business and startup guy. Written in spring 2011, it is a very good roadmap for any small business. Click the thumbnail below or here to download the PDF. You canRead more about Marketing your Business on a Shoestring Budget, or Bootstrapped Marketing. #in[…]
This was originally published on radar.oreilly.com, an excellent technology company resource. Entrepreneurial Proverbs – Marc Hedlund I gave a talk at ETech on Monday called “Entrepreneuring for Geeks.” I’ve given this general talk a few times now — how can the more technically minded among us move into making companies of our own? I reallyRead more about Entrepreneurial Proverbs from Marc Hedlund – great tips to guide both seasoned and rookie Entrepreneurs[…]
I had an experience with Apple today that was a bit of an eye-opener for me. Not that I’m an Apple newbie or anything. I’ve used Mac’s for most of my adult life, and generally been a huge Apple fan since I used an Apple IIE in 1982. However for my mobile device, I haveRead more about Read about an incredibly positive customer experience with #Apple today. #in #fb[…]
Check out Mark Schaefer’s blog post about where social media is heading. Very interesting.
Techcrunch’s Disrupt conference was lucky enough to have Paul Graham, Y-Combinator founder, conduct his famous “office hours” in front of the entire conference for several startup CEO’s. This is a must-watch video for anyone who is interested in starting a company today. From Techcrunch’s Jason Kincaid: Six companies were chosen at random from the TechCrunchRead more about If you have ever thought of starting a company, you MUST watch this video. http://bit.ly/knn9rj #entrepreneur #startup #business #in #tech[…]