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Creative Capitalism: one for one, from day one

Recently, I was contacted by a PR firm (Attention) and asked if I would profile Blake Mycoskie on my blog(s). I’m ashamed to say how long it’s taken me to turn this piece around, however seeing the latest ATT commercial featuring Blake after a long day of meetings (at my day job) shamed me into finishing. My [...]

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Our ROI Revealed – What It’s All About

Usually, the acronym, ROI (“Return on Investment”) is reserved for use in characterizing how much money you get out of a deal as an investor. It’s basically a financial stat. But the ROI for us at StartupNation is something quite different, which I realized as soon as I received this unsolicited email at 7:41pm. Beyond [...]

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Pick Good Influences For Your Advisory Board

Obviously John Wooden is not on my advisory board, but he is in my Pantheon-of-Wonderful-People. Quote to consider No written word, no spoken plea Can teach our youth what they should be; Nor all the books on all the shelves It’s what the teachers are themselves. Given to John Wooden by his Father upon Graduation [...]

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Kermit was wrong. It’s getting easy to be green….

As I said, I’ll be sharing stories from the front lines of being not only a business lawyer, but also of a serial entrepreneur, and coach and advisor of entrepreneurs. My latest project is sending me into the forest of information about creating a sustainable business, working to minimize the carbon footprint of the operations [...]

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