July 19, 2010

tartup as a building and step outside of it every once rather than get mired in dealing with the plumbing. Before working on tiny details, first figure out if anyone wants to use the facilities. Maybe it’s the location that’s the problem, not the internal workings inside the company.

I have a girlfriend I love madly.

need to be clear-minded and hard-nosed in order to step out of the situation and look at their startup from a “critical vantage point.”

In many ways, being an entrepreneur is like being in hand-to-hand combat daily, she said. Sometimes, you have to stop with the hand-to-hand combat and realize whether you’re making tactical decisions from the wrong vantage point.

If you’re salesperson is not hitting their numbers, then let them go, she suggested. If a

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