Each week, I receive 1,000 emails, take 15-30 meetings, and I manage a portfolio of 33 startups (soon to be 44). But, I only work 40 hours and make it home for dinner almost every night with my wife and 3 kids. Here's how I do it. This is
Below is my book review of Steal the Show [http://amzn.to/2EZwV1o]. This post is a continuation of an experiment to share insights from books I’m reading. I’m reading 2-3 books a month. By writing down what I’m learning, it’s helping me ingrain concepts to
Below, is a book review of Rest [http://amzn.to/2AntBP0]. This review is an experiment to share insights from books I’m reading. I’m reading 2-3 books a month. By writing down what I’m learning, it’s helping me ingrain concepts to implement in my life. Let
I moved to Detroit a little more than 2 years ago, joining Detroit Venture Partners (DVP). While here, I’ve had the pleasure to work alongside billionaire Dan Gilbert, #118 on the Forbes 400, whose a General Partner in our fund.
Startup Competition is Good Startups are competitive by nature. They are out to solve a problem or change the world in an innovative way. As they take on funding, acquire paying customers, and generate revenue, others notice, and the competition heats up. This competition drives innovation and keeps the startup
This is a story that has never been shared in its entirety. Despite a successful sale of our startup, ParentsClick, to Lifetime Television in 2008 [https://www.google.com/search?q=lifetime+parentsclick&oq=lifetime+parentsclick] , eventually it became a massive failure that very few people know about. I was
> “Think bigger” George Zachary [http://georgezachary.com/], General Partner, Charles River Ventures [http://crv.com/] (early investor in Twitter & Yammer) I could leave it at that. It’s succinct. Concise. Even, world changing. But it doesn’t sound inspiring. That is, unless you understand the story behind this advice. It