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The story of startups and Corporate Giants goes way back in history to the story of David and Goliath. In this biblical story, David could be thought of as a startup and Goliath as a Corporate Giant. In the story of business, we often think of this relationship as an adversary relationship. But the truth is that collaboration between David (startups) and Goliath (Corporate Giants) is more beneficial to the economy.1 Comments1,103 Views Read More
As an Entrepreneurial Startup, the odds are against you which means YOU are the Underdog. With a 90% failure rate for startups, entrepreneurs need all the help they can get. Entrepreneurship is almost always a David versus Goliath epic story. Read on about winning when you are the Underdog and stories of those who overcame insurmountable obstacles as Underdogs.3 Comments1,064 Views Read More
Entrepreneurs are known to be the disruptors of the status quo. They see trends that the majority don't see. Call them visionaries OR thinkers OR call them crazy ones OR misfits. It's not the label that matters but the lessons learned in how the Entrepreneur overcame adversity on the path to success. Remember this phrase, "Never Lose Yourself."2 Comments1,413 Views Read More
Sometimes as an Entrepreneur, you feel like it is YOU against the World. Throw in parenting and you have to be a SuperHero to win. You have to be like the characters in Incredibles 2. Only Pixar could create a movie that frames this narrative so perfectly, so diverse, and so inclusively. All in the form of a PG-Rated film, something that Steve Jobs would be proud of.3 Comments1,046 Views Read More
When we think about Leadership versus Management, leading can be thought of as accomplishing the impossible. The impossible can't be achieved without great teams that believe in your purpose. Purpose without passion is a formula for failure.2 Comments807 Views Read More
Many of us have heard of the glass ceiling in Corporate America and the horror stories. But have you heard of the glass cliff? Minorities need to pay attention to this phenomenon if they want to avoid falling off the glass cliff of Corporate America. There is an alternative solution to this dilemma in Corporate America.4 Comments1,448 Views Read More