Humor me for a moment, and suppose an industry is like a country. Every country is different; there are different terrains, different food sources, different dangers. The native people who have lived there for many generations know its quirks well and are able to survive by being well-adapted to them.
But life can’t be that simple, can it? Someone’s gotta come along and ruin the party. We’ll call them invaders and subjugators as we flesh this out.
Continue reading Natives, Invaders, and Subjugators
You’ve heard the pitch before, right? Be your own boss! Call you own shots! Wear the feathered hat. The topic this time is business ownership.
Assuming you’re answering this call to adventure, we’ll examine two main ways of approaching it, and which of them delivers best.
Continue reading The Value of Ownership
This Amazon review of Venture Deals, a guide to securing venture capital, written by venture capitalists (hmm…), is truly a review of venture capital in general. Read the review for an expose of how rigged the game is against the founder.
One of the articles that inspired me to speak out, from the defunct blog of an engineer who wasn’t afraid to call bullshit.
Read the article here.