Remaining at a steady state renders impossible the ability to advance and grow stronger, in either body or career. By Julie Zhou (Growthmaster, Hipmunk) Do you spend your time at the gym on cardio machines? Stop right now and get into the weight room. Push yourself, get stronger and don’t bat an eye at the [...]
Posts Tagged "Startup Life"
Right now, we’re eating, drinking, and sleeping user acquisition… By Allyson Downey (Co-Founder, weeSpring) I think of myself as an accidental entrepreneur: I had a newborn baby, was transitioning into a new job, and was as sleep-deprived as you’d imagine under those circumstances. But during all those sleepless nights (and days!), I had this idea [...]
A quick guide to being a tech entrepreneur in London. By Kate Jackson (CEO & Co-Founder, TableCrowd) Having snapped up my ticket to the Women 2.0 Conference in San Francisco and booked my flight, attention has turned to how to use the days either side of the conference effectively. In addition to setting up partnership [...]
As an entrepreneur, your job is now to learn. Find people smarter than you and ask questions. Listen openly. Learn who your customers are and how you reach them. By Kate Bagoy (Co-Founder & UX Lead, Wikisway) Working in tech is challenging, we know that. But I think working for a seed-stage tech startup is [...]
You’ll only face bigger challenges as you move forward. By Tiffany Liu (Co-Founder, Logrado) Ah, the grand lure of a startup company. Companies with young, hip people wearing sneakers to work. All of them well on their way to making millions after just scribbling down one of their brilliant ideas on a napkin while strolling [...]
By Penelope Trunk (Co-Founder, Brazen Careerist) I’m afraid that what the Facebook IPO means for women is nothing. Sandberg is not a role model. She’s an aberration. You can’t have small kids and a startup if you want to see their kids. I wrote about this on TechCrunch and I got skewered for being bad [...]