The Career Building Power of “No”

I was chatting with some friends this week, and we got on the topic of how hard it can be to fire clients. I mean, they’re giving you their money, and you obviously want to keep a strong freelance following and your good reputation. Here’s the thing. Keeping a client who is a holy nightmare... Continue Reading →


Startup Years = Dog Years

We were in a meeting recently and someone made a comment about startup years being like dog years. Definitely an accurate statement! If you analyze the progress made by a successful fast growth startup in sales & revenue, feature additions & product growth, and staffing additions, each year is often equivalent to about a decade... Continue Reading →

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