Entrepreneurship is an Art not a Job →
The attributes that make great entrepreneurs, the experts say, are common in...– Just Manic Enough - Seeking Perfect Entrepreneurs - NYTimes.com
If you’re becoming overwhelmed by insights, that’s a good sign....– How to Get to Genius
Entrepreneurs make fast decisions and move forward knowing that at best 70% of...– What Makes an Entrepreneur? Four Letters: JFDI | Both Sides of the Table
What Makes an Entrepreneur? Four Letters: JFDI →
(1) keep it simple, (2) make it something you’d actually use.– prog21: Advice to Aimless, Excited Programmers
Accept that failure is a natural part of doing business. In...– Column: Entrepreneurs and the Cult of Failure - Harvard Business Review
build a great product and get people to use it. Nothing else really matters.– Focus on What Matters: Building Product and Getting Customers | WePay
I’ve met a lot of people who tell me they want to start a startup, but...– When should you start a startup?
A Great Idea Before its Time (and Dropbox) - Eric... →
I’m the CEO referenced at the bottom of Eric’s post. Eric joined the Jobster team as a founder, long before we wrote any code. He was actually something like employee #4 or 5 or something like that. He was also our first technical program manager / product manager. I’ll always remember when I was researching Eric’s background how I stumbled upon his senior project at...
The only question your startup needs to answer: ...
I’ve been founding and running technology startups since 2004. During that time I’ve had my ups and downs and made my fair share of mistakes. Three weeks ago I started my 4th company, Fab.com. Technically Fab.com is a reincarnation of my 3rd company, fabulis which later was renamed fab.com, but we’ve changed our business model and our market focus dramatically and...
These days, when someone says “You are doing it all wrong”, “That is not how it...– The best thing you can hear as an entrepreneur: you’ve got it all wrong
The greatest revenge is to accomplish what others say you cannot do.– unknown, but wise person
Dropbox and why you should invest in people →
When to Change Your Game: The fab.com story & 10...
Last October, I wrote a blog post titled 57 Things I’ve Learned Founding 3 Tech Companies. At the time I had founded two startups and was a year into the third, a gay social network launched as Fabulis that was later rechristened Fab. A few weeks ago I followed up that post with an essay on the difference between year 1 and year 2 of your startup. Now that we’re re-launching Fab under an entirely...
You have to make a choice in life. You can avoid the things that make you...– If you’re not failing you’re not trying - dan shipper