A scrappy reminder for all entrepreneurs, business owners, and freelancers.
Author Archives: Luke Odin
Remember the parable of the five blind men and the elephant? The men ask, “What is the elephant like?” but each one touches a different part of the beast and reaches a different conclusion about the animal’s nature. What a … Continue reading
The best part about being a a founder and an entrepreneur is coming up with a great idea and building your product and your business. And when you launch, users will come in droves to sign up to your service … Continue reading
We realize this meme has been over done, but hey, every busy small business owner, entreprenuer, and almost-prenuer needs this friendly reminder. So take a minute to stretch, to breathe, to remind yourself that what you’re working on matters. You’re … Continue reading
Start with small steps. Start building your business. And don’t forget to ask for feedback along the way. And if you’re still stuck after you get to that point, reach out and ask for help.
Success in life and in business is all about showing the world how confident you are in yourself, in your ideas, and in your product. So take some advice from our good friend here and fake it until you make … Continue reading
It can be incredibly tempting to try to personally handle all aspects of your small business. After all, who can do it better than you? Who else knows exactly how the task at hand should be completed? You take great … Continue reading
Start by asking yourself this question. Then get started.
I am excited to announce that our leading lady, Kate Walling, has an article featured in the May/June 2012 edition of Power Culture, a magazine for the ambitious, tech-savvy, female entrepreneur published by the Women CEO Project. Her piece is … Continue reading
Do you know all of the login information and passwords you need to access your website and code? Do you own high-res versions of your logo, branding, and design assets? Are you an admin on your Facebook Page and know the … Continue reading