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Entrepreneurship

Do Stuff

“There is a category of people that do stuff and a category of people that stuff gets done to.”  The following short video is from the end of the event I did a few weeks in Seattle that was summarized nicely by Xconomy Seattle in Greg Huang’s post VC Model Is Not Broken: Insights from…

Tonight In Seattle

I’m heading out to Seattle for a board meeting and a few other things.  Tonight, I’m going to be doing an event called Beers and Boulder with Brad.  I’m going to talk about entrepreneurial communities, the critical importance of entrepreneurship and innovation today,  TechStars, what we’ve done in Boulder to drive entrepreneurship that can apply…

The Difference Between Panic and Urgency

I received the following email earlier this week from an exec at a company that I am on the board of.  He sent it out to his entire company.  I thought it clearly described the different between panic and urgency and explains why – in a business context – panic is useless, but urgency is…

Entrepreneur Magazine – VC or Angel Money

My monthly column in Entrepreneur Magazine is up (and on the newsstands).  This month’s article is titled VC or Angel Money? and has some suggestions for how to think about whether you should be approaching VC’s or Angel’s when raising a round of financing.

Boulder Startup Exec Email List

Are you a VP or C-level exec at a Boulder (or Denver) based startup?  Eric Marcoullier, the CEO of Gnip has created a Boulder Startup Exec Email List.  It’s open to people that fit the following criteria. Funded company (at least some angel financing) VPs and C-level folks Any vertical market (not just tech /…