More From George Deeb
First off, are you sure you're even seeing all the relevant RFPs out there?
Clearly, 'you don't know what you don't know' until you change your ways.
They regularly leave jobs and want their managers to be their friends. What's an employer to do?
Pitching, selling, fulfilling: What should you do at each stage?
Without revenues, your company is a goner. That's why you should consider taking on three finalists to compete for the job.
Product selling, solution selling, and insight selling: Do you know the differences?
Without innovation, enterprises get too "comfortable" with past successes, and eventually go out of business.
Nobody knows better than venture investors the challenges facing a new company. Take a hard look at the prospects for success before placing your bet.
The skills and proclivities needed when a company is launched and when it hits its stride are so different few people can manage both roles well.
Growing a Business
When you find that your company feels stunted, or a problem seems to have no solution, find some outside help fast.
We need to rethink how we teach children if we are to graduate adults who can fill the available jobs and grow the economy larger.
Working at a Startup
Examine the opportunities skeptically, but when you're convinced you've found a winner, get on board with any job you can.