Serial Entrepreneurs: Been There, Done That

Lessons and advice from serial entrepreneurs from the 2009 Inc. 500 By Inc. Staff | “Read Good to Great, by Jim Collins.” — David G. Donald, PeopleShare “Paranoia is an asset. Test everything first. Then refine it, scale it, or kill it.” — Oran Thomas, Mpell Solutions “1. Never mix business and family. 2. Do not leave business decisions open to interpretation.” — Bryan … Continue reading

6 Lessons from World Entrepreneurship Day

The future is mobile, at least according to the entrepreneurs who gathered to mark the second annual World Entrepreneurship Day at the United Nations in New York City. By Christine Lagorio |  Apr 15, 2010 Hackers, designers, and young entrepreneursgathered Wednesday in a conference hall usually reserved for dignitaries and diplomats at the United Nations in New York. … Continue reading

For Those of You Who Don’t Like Raining Day..

Fuck The Rain Umbrella No rain welcomed! In use

11 Reasons Why Nonprofits Don’t Use Social Media

This post originally appeared on Social Media Mama. Nonprofit organizations are discovering the power of social media, some faster than others. There was recently a lot of backlash over a post by Seth Godin titledThe problem with non. For many people, his words seemed unfair when he said that many nonprofits use excuses like “lack of … Continue reading