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Is it time to remove your rose tinted glasses? Are personal biases holding your business back?

March 5, 2012 by


Personal biases and history shape the way we view the world and shape our decision making abilities. How we approach and frame situations largely determines what type of interaction and outcome we can expect. If we go into a negotiations aggressively and looking for conflict – we are no doubt going to be met by a […]

How to avoid this common entrepreneurial pitfall…

August 1, 2011 by


I have spent my career working with or at special needs types of companies. (That is, companies that need some form of transformation in order to ensure their survival). While there is an extensive list of why these companies were in the position they were , I also believe there are also some common reasons on the list – these […]

Old presentations can mean new knowledge for you!

July 11, 2011 by


Check out these amazing links that provide old presentations about important startup subjects. Exit Strategies Investor Guidance on Plan Presentation Raising Money from VC’s Understanding Term Sheets and Valuations Legal Challenges for Startups Finding and Developing Customers Funding for the Other 99.54% Click Here for More Presentations ~Ham

Learning Valuable Lessons From Networking & Staying Happy

July 6, 2011 by


Ham here, Working at a startup can be a lonely life for a dog, long hours, dimly lit rooms, and daily contact with only a few other dogs.  It’s your personal job to remain upbeat, learn, and get out of the house to meet other dogs. You ask why? Meeting other entrepreneurs is not only […]