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Next Thursday, 10/18: @Founder_Central founding director @noamwass gives a #FireSideChat on his new book, Life is a Startup (on Amazon: Sign up for the chat here:

From Fortune Term Sheet: “With a full quarter to go, VCs have already invested $84.3 billion in U.S.-based companies during 2018, which is more than they did all of last year. …on pace to top the $100 billion mark in total cash invested sometime during 4Q.”

Thank you for helping next week's Access Silicon Valley fireside chat expand to more locations! Looking forward to discussing #LifeIsAStartup and #TheFoundersDilemmas...

Looking forward to an awesome conference! Thank you for including me, @ericries!

Do you have trouble seeing why other people find Dr. Christine Blasey Ford credible or why others still support Judge Brett Kavanaugh? If so, you might be falling prey to a bias that sinks many founding teams.

Intriguing list from @MindaZetlin; honored to be included in such esteemed company!


Life Is A Startup

Whether or not we found companies, we can all learn profound lessons from the counterintuitive behaviors of successful entrepreneurs. Living and working in the twenty-first century presents a unique host of challenges. Whether we freelance, work for a large organization,....

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The Founder’s Dilemmas

Often downplayed in the excitement of starting up a new business venture is one of the most important decisions entrepreneurs will face: should they go it alone, or bring in cofounders, hires, and investors to help build the business?

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