這個議題在我一開始踏進創業圈已經有寫了。 也是這個不倫不類的blog的第一篇 http://wp.me/p6eIlx-9，之後也有提到 http://wp.me/p6eIlx-R。 我承認我也有批評過一些創業比賽的評判 http://wp.me/p6eIlx-75。
Gary Vaynerchuk is the man. He was at the RISE conference last week and he literally stole the entire show, on and off the event. He is indeed a social media expert, my Facebook and Twitter feed is flooded with posts about/with him.
First, I want to introduce you to Buddy. Not my buddy, but Buddy Valastro. If you don’t know him already, he is a celebrity baker, entrepreneur, and a reality TV personality (whatever that means). Yes, now you know right, his TV show, “Cake Boss” is amazing.
If you search “best startup books” on Google, just like almost every other time when you are unsure of something, you are sure to get the following titles. Yes, reading is fun but if you are a founder of an early-stage startup, you should really avoid reading them.
It is easy to treat designing thinking as just another business or management fad. More people are talking about it now than ever, either intentionally or unintentionally. Here are some of my thoughts.
Building a startup is a whole lot like starting a love relationship. Oh, as you go further into the journey, such as raising a series A, term sheet negotiation with institutional investors is pretty much identical to signing a prenuptial agreement. But let’s be patient, we will get to that later. Everyone has to start…