A note about the help you need

Don’t walk alone I just archived another email… Another request to help someone. Mentor them. Advise them on a new project. Connect with them. Meet for coffee. Try out their beta. Promote something. Listen to or troubleshoot their problems. Usually these requests wouldn’t bother me, but today they do. You see, doing a startup is […]

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Craftsmanship – embrace your artist

“Entrepreneurship is neither a science nor an art. It is a practice.” ~Peter Drucker No, I’m not about to get into a combative piece about whichever or whatever it is. However, I did want to put some thoughts out there on the approach. With all the industry insights and knowledge shared today, it feels people […]

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Five community management tips

Community is a long-term slog… I’ve been wanting to cherry pick some of the info from my community management (mostly startup-focused) classes and share it here for a while. For starters, here are five top-level tips to help guide your community strategy below. Expect more over the coming months. 1) Be honest about your product roadmap […]

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Now you can pick my brain anytime

Hey fine people… on a bit on a blog post roll this week so for those who’ve not already checked out for the holiday season, there might be a few update notifications coming your way. I recently learnt about a super-useful new service called Clarity founded by Dan Martell, where you can book time with global entrepreneurs, […]

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PushStart mentorship

Continuing on from my previous post regarding women in startups and advocacy, another step in the evolution is advice and aid. I’m forever keen on sharing my learnings with others, so was happy to help when asked to be a mentor for a new Aussie initiative called PushStart. PushStart is a new set of community-focused, mentor-driven, activities […]

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