Entrepreneur and Venture Investor
Adam Callinan is a founding partner of
, a Los Angeles based early-stage venture capital firm at the intersection of technology and entertainment. As an entrepreneur, Callinan spent nearly a decade building small businesses in and around technology, medical devices and consumer products, which most recently includes an exit in 2013. Callinan lives in Manhattan Beach with his wife Katie and remains active as a founder of
There are those people that can't seem to wait for anything, and on the surface, seem to get an insane amount done. But there's a hidden strategy below the surface.
A living glob of stress won't lead your company to that next needed milestone. Do everyone a favor and go away for a little while.
Several core agreements need to take place before work can begin.
When you start a business and are in need of help, it's easy to run to the nearest emotionally charged people in your life to help out. Well, don't.
You would think that scoring a cameo or placing your product on the news would move the needle. You'd be wrong.
The uptick was due to three easy steps that won't cost you much at all.
You know the cliches: Life is short, time is precious and there are only so many hours in a day.
Even in the most quiet of places our own technology seems to be working against us.
These recommendations bring business and entertainment directly to our ears.
For the most part, it's not an outside factor, and it's something early stage investors always look for.
When your company has grown and technology is beyond your means, it's time to get help. Here are three signs.
Even with a startup budget, you can make changes that will make employees happy.
Let's follow that question up with two more: How much money do you have in the bank, and how developed is your brand?
Friends and Family
You may be thrilled about your new venture, while those closest to you wish you would just stop talking about it.
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