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Learning to embrace conflict as a part of startup culture

A startup is a journey of questions with as yet unidentified answers. Most startups fail because they never find true enough answers to succeed. Startups succeed when the founders are focused on finding the truest answers to their most important problems. 1,837 more words

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How Adam Serota went from t-shirt committee to t-shirt company

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.

Everything started when Adam Serota imagined t-shirts a little different than his friends.

It was October 2016. After recently being initiated into Alpha Epsilon Pi in the prior semester, Serota was thrilled to start making a difference as a brother. 984 more words

Too much passion can kill your startup

This is a short warning to entrepreneurs. Founders often start a company based on their passion for something. That’s fine as long as they are also solving a problem or otherwise addressing the needs of a clearly defined target market. 6 more words

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Introducing "The Blue Collar Handbook"

As you might have noticed, some of my latest posts are no longer available here. I’ve moved them to a new location:

The Blue Collar Handbook… 175 more words

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Too much passion can kill your startup

This is a short warning to entrepreneurs. Founders often start a company based on their passion for something. That’s fine as long as they are also solving a problem or otherwise addressing the needs of a clearly defined target market. 6 more words

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7 Tips for Building Your Business While Working Your Day Job (2 min read)

1. Commit yourself to your dream.

Having the desire for something to work vs. committing to it are vastly different. When you commit to your dream, you are making a binding obligation to see it through to success. 572 more words

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