Entrepreneurs embrace being at the forefront of change. And, just by being there, they make a difference.
They often live unstable lives. But as they boldly take risks, they'll make several mistakes which become valuable lessons for the rest of us.
Just this year, we've created new profiles, specifically for innovators, to express themselves by sharing their interests, lessons learned, as well as bits and pieces of their unique journey.
Newsletters.com, VoiceStar, Solve Media
Heyzap, Thesis Fund Management, LiveIntent, First Round Capital, 500 Startups
Only startup I've helped found--Newsletters.com, VoiceStar, Solve Media
I thrive on trying to solve big problems, and the start-up environment allows us to build products and change things everyday. There's immediacy and control over innovation.
Buddy Media, Uber, Tynt
Resource constraints; everything else is rewarding!
Not identifying and addressing a true market need and as such, having an overly complex story.
1) If you can't sell your product yourself, no one else can.
2) Always hire people with good senses of humor; the hours are just too long to do otherwise.
3) Measure everything and trust your instruments.