To have a successful startup, you need a great idea in a growing market, a great team, a great product, and great execution. Thus, before you write a single line of code, you need to evaluate if your idea is worth spending years building it. I have founded two companies (one exited, second in progress), … Continue reading Before You Write Code For Your Idea, Ask These 4 Questions First
I just finished reading One Minute Manager. Deceptively simple, and measurably effective, the secrets of one-minute management will help you boost profits, productivity, and purpose immediately. I wanted to share the management principles that spoke to me and might speak to you as well. I give those to you now and highly recommend that you get the book. But if you only have a minute, read this instead.
Creativity, Inc. is a manual for anyone who strives for originality, fosters problem-solving, and pushes its employees to new heights. In going through this book, I pulled out takeaways across all the chapters that I will re-read periodically. I give those to you now and highly recommend that you get the book. But if you've only 5 minutes, read this instead.