Startup entrepreneurship is sick.
The unlevel playing field, noxious overwork, harmful advice, and rampant opportunism provokes and stigmatizes failure.
The results are alarming, and I’m trying to help.
As an entrepreneur, I'm always practicing and discovering what works.
In my workshops, we talk a lot about doing, and I do my best to pass it on.
When advising startups, I focus on improving people and sharing method.
And to try and improve things, I created a safe place to launch an idea.
All this furthers my teaching and benefits those who want to give it a try.
It's a virtuous cycle, onwards & upwards!