Are you killing your startup? Part 2
Curing the Chief Everything Officer Syndrome Too many startup founders kill their own startup. An early startup founder’s ability to juggle many things is a great skill. Investor
Are you killing your startup? The Chief Everything Officer Syndrome
Too many startup founders kill their own startup. Over the past few years, I’ve coached and engaged more than 200 startup founders. At the earliest stages, the founder is a Chief
Ep 43: Startup Founder from Apprentice, Journeyman towards Master – With Neil Shah
In this episode, Neil Shah shares his startup founder journey from apprentice to journeyman and towards master. Neil shares stories about his first startup, a social enterprise;
Ep 38: Exploring the Venture Studio, Startup Accelerator Model with Operate Studio’s Carey Ransom
Silicon Valley Bank reports that there are over 200 startup accelerators in the United States. They each have a different model and value proposition. In this conversation, I sit d
Ep 37: Even Startup Founders Need an “Exit Rich” Mindset- with Michelle Sieler Tucker
In this episode of The Savvy Founder, I have a great conversation with Michelle Seiler Tucker, author of “Exit Rich: The 6 P Method to Sell Your Business for Huge Profit. Foun
Ep 35: A Conversation on Startup Founders and Communication- with Rachel Randolph
Worried about communicating well? Worried about presenting your pitch deck? Then listen up. It’s no wonder that this episode is an easy-flowing conversation with communications c
Ep 27: How to Fix the Biggest Pitch Deck Mistake?
What is the biggest mistake founders make when pitching their startup to investors? Pitching a product, and failing to pitch an investment. I also cover the investor perspective an
Ep 24: What Does it Mean to Be a Successful Entrepreneur?
What does it mean to be a successful entrepreneur? Throughout my coaching and talking to entrepreneurs, there is a hidden expectation - “I want to be successful” - but no one