Catch up on my other publications and activities from last couple of weeks.
Brilliant speech of Guy Kawasaki, during The UC Berkeley Startup Competition. His talk covered all stages of a startup from inception to exit. Highly recommended to watch.
Everyone needs to learn something new from time to time. Now in the 21st century learning new skills is much easier than ever before. You can learn a lot without leaving your home. I’d love to present a list of 12 websites, where you can improve your skills online. Learn new languages, how to code, make photos and much much more. Have a look at it and – I can bet – you will find something interesting for you.
I’ve just looked through my notes and I’ve found 10 (not so new, but still very interesting) articles, that every entrepreneur should read. About employees, personal development, Apple, customers, leadership. Worth to read them all.
There’s no place for old-fashioned management style in modern businesses. If you want to be the best in what you are doing, you have to change your management style. Great article from inc.com.
Simon Sinek and his simple, but really interesting model of leadership, based on circles and the question “Why?”. Video from 2009. Really worth a recall.
Understanding your customers is an integral part of building a loyal customer base. Great infographic by Help Scout.
They want to launch their app Summer, 2012. So what? Like lots of other founders. But there is one huge difference between this startup and all the rest… they were mentioned by NY Times, The Next Web, Jason Fried, Dennis Crowley, David Heinemeier Hansson, Tim Ferriss and more… lots more.
Which startup is the best one? The simplest one.
Don’t look for problems. Look for solutions.
Stay open-minded. Whenever it’s possible. Whenever you can.