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Blog: History of Entrepreneurship

Blog: History of Entrepreneurship Prior to 1950 expensive new projects originated from the large companies. Sure there were small companies and inventors but the kind of funds that were needed to form technology companies did not exist in that area. Of course this was...

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Blog: It’s All About Money

Blog: It’s All About Money I get to see up to 8 entrepreneur presentations to Angel investor groups each month and I keep identifying issues that I believe can help presentations attract investors. Entrepreneurs need to realize the odds of succeeding in raising money...

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Blog: When the Digital World Began

Blog:  When the Digital World Began A recent article in Wired Magazine called “Imagine iPhone in 2027” really got me thinking on how far we've come in 60 years. I was there at the beginning. Early on, I was working for a company selling transistor digital logic...

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Blog: Do Due Diligence

DDD Blog: Do Due Diligence Due diligence is a term many entrepreneurs never heard of until a meeting with interested investors. Frankly it took me years to stop using two “L’s in diligence because is not a house hold name. I tried to explain by asking have you ever...

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Watch Out for Goliath

Watch Out for Goliath  Term Sheet-from the beginning At a point when investors are ready to consider going forward as a partner with a startup, an agreement needs to be made. This agreement is called a Term Sheet and will be needed after the investors do a due...

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Don’t Label Them Millennials!

No one likes to be stereotyped, least of all our young adults.   When we put someone into a category, we’re creating a perception of them.  Even if we don’t intend, we are judging and assessing.  Worse yet, our judgement will often become a self-fulfilling prophecy....

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Blog: What Investors Are Looking For!

I attended a seminar and it was called Valuation Methods for Pre-Money Companies, and it was referring to startups and entrepreneurs. Four methods for valuing the company were presented and the four were: one was related to valuing the company that eventually will go...

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The Most Effective Way to Approach a Disagreement Is to Assume You Are Wrong and Work Hard to Prove It, But When You Can’t Then You Know You Are Right!! — Blog Law #53

Blog Law #53 The Most Effective Way to Approach a Disagreement Is to Assume You Are Wrong and Work Hard to Prove It, But When You Can’t Then You Know You Are Right!! This is a good policy for a quality organization when confronted with a customer problem. Be wary of...

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