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Sep 11, 2017
Startup Series: Visualising success is the best way to prepare for it, but it comes with its share of inconveniencesSo the first tip to prepare for success — visualise it.
Aug 21, 2017
Startup Series: Founders of failed startups take heart, people don't fail or succeed, ventures doFailed ventures provide the opportunity for a lot more reflection and embody a lot more learning for founders than successful ventures do.
Aug 06, 2017
Startup Series: Founders ignoring their own wellness can adversely affect the companyIt wont be much fun if your company is celebrating milestones and you are sitting under your desk rendered immobile by your anxiety.
Jun 07, 2017
Startup Series: Founder conflicts and key asset ownershipOne of the most common disagreements arise from the ownership of things that founders may bring to the potluck called the startup.
May 25, 2017
Startup Series: Attracting the right talent is a contact sportHere are some pointers with helping founders find people for their teams.
May 10, 2017
Startup Series: The art of equity distribution among the early employeesThis column draws upon the several startup situations I have been or advised in and covers some essential considerations in such a discussion.
Apr 21, 2017
Startup Series: Losing and regaining one’s mojo as a founderThose in solid founder teams too don't just have a collective experience; they also have their own, personal experiences of the founding journey.
Apr 03, 2017
Startup Series: How to be a valuable non-tech co-founderThe excessive media focus on techies as startup founders often makes non-techies doubt their ability to found and build a startup and create value.
Mar 16, 2017
Startup Series: Getting help is important; here's how you go about itAsking for help is an essential founder survival skill.
Mar 01, 2017
Startup Series: Going Global from the start is pertinent to enable future success at scaleAs we have discussed before in this column series, founders benefit from creating a scaffold, a structure that enables future success at scale, without them needing to come back later and fix things that should have been done right the first time.