For thousands of years, humans have fought friction with force to bend the world to their will. But a digital world is frictionless, and successful companies focus on lube, not thrust, to disrupt their industries.
I’m writing a book called Lean Analytics about using data to build better startups faster. Here’s why.
Next time you have to present something, try these two tricks. It’ll make your content more convincing, and your presentation easier to listen to—maybe even enjoyable.
It’s always tough to pitch your company to others, mainly because you’re inside the company. You can explain what Lost or Firefly or The Hunger Games is about, right? Then why can’t you do it for your company at a big event? There are several reasons: You can’t tailor it to just one audience: AtRead more
TY and YT are four letters that govern much of how business is conducted in Silicon Valley. To outsiders, the behavior of hustlers and hackers often looks strange, even elitist. Here’s what I think is going on.