So, This is Not a Love Letter to T-Mobile… … … … But…

This might sound (and be) a little bit crazy but after 14 years of being with the same phone service provider (AT&T) I walked into the T-Mobile store yesterday and walked out in a miraculous 50 minutes fully converted.

Yes. Insane. Our entire family of 4 (4 iPhones, 2 x iPhone 7 Plus, 2 x iPhone 6S Plus). If you would’ve told me even a few weeks ago that I’d be considering this and making the trip over to local brick-and-mortar to make a swap I would have looked at you funny.

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Legal Concepts for Startup Founders

Looking for something to star or save for future use? Here’s your one resource today: Clerky’s Legal Concepts for Founders.

What a great handbook for those that are looking to put a company together. Unfortunately for me, when I first started, I didn’t have anything like this and I had to learn a lot of these things through trial & error, which is not the way to do it!

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People Are Not Software

… you think?

Hsieh doesn’t believe in vulnerability for himself (“vulnerability implies you’re insecure about something,” he explained to Quartz) and has reorganized his company under a system, Holacracy, that has been criticized for putting a disproportionate focus on process.

That’s where the problem starts and that’s where the solution will inevitably begin. Leadership can drive a business to thrive or it can be the first to pick up the shovel and dig a grave.

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Top Posts from 2016

Like many bloggers I’m fascinated by traffic patterns and understanding user / reading behavior. If I were to be even more strategic I would actually do something with a lot of this data but I actually don’t care much about it at this point in time.

In fact, I don’t care at all, to be honest. If a particular blog post gets a lot of views then I’m happy and if it gets barely anything then I’m equally happy. Why? Because I write first and foremost for myself.

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