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December 06, 2004

The First Paver

We have all heard of the "first mover advantage" that is, the person that establishes a viable business in an area has an advantage. I am unsure of this concept because we saw alot of situations where being first over …

December 03, 2004

Windy City RoundTable

I am always amazed about the number of small networking groups that are around that have their own synergistic personality. I presented last night at the Windy City Roundtable Group and it was alot of fun. Besides my presentation they …

December 02, 2004

VC Radio

I just did an interview for a program called VC Radio on entrepreneurship and angel funding. I have been asked to do 4-5 shows for them. Stay tuned!…

December 01, 2004

Risk, Reward and Entrepreneurship

Scott Allen, who does the entrepreneurship section at, recently wrote an interesting artcile about Risk and Reward for Entrepreneurs.  He generously quotes my book about

As Barry Moltz says in his book, You Need to Be a Little

November 30, 2004

Health Innovations Congress

I was in Washington DC yesterday to present at a Health Innovations Congress. It was a conference of 1,000 people focused on all sorts of Health Industry Issues. I spoke on establishing strategic alliances and angel financing.  …

November 29, 2004

Passionate Uncle

My Uncle Howard passed away this week. He was a famous university biology researcher. He published alot of books and articles although I did not know that much about his work except it had to do with rats and sex. …

November 26, 2004

Be Flexible

Brenda Arnold, VP of Innovation at Valvoline, says that the key to innovation is to be flexible. Her rules are:

  • Don’t be tied to one solution.
  • Don’t strive for perfection.
  • Optimize Tradeoffs.
  • Balance Speed with Patience.
November 25, 2004

What I am Thankful For

On this Thanksgiving, this is what I am thankful for:

That I am not at O’Hare Airport typing this waiting on a 5 hour delay.

My family’s health. My health. Insulin.

Smiles and questions from my children. Playing Baseball, Football, …

November 24, 2004

Salons and Spas Are Entrepreneurial Too!

AdSalon assists salons and spas in sales and marketing. In their daily blog, Tommorrow Ain’t Free, they review the book.

Serving as a this-is-what-will-happen-to-you-and-if-you-don’t-like-it-don’t-play primer for every wanna-be entrepreneur and a wise companion akin to some sort of support

November 24, 2004

The IIT Entrepreneur

I presented today at the Illinois Institute of Technology. While this is basically an Engineering, Architecture and Basic Sciences School. But Ed Kaplan of Zebra Technologies donated money to endow an Entrpreneurial Studies Program. They even have a …

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