Today we’re featuring a guest post from Sana Ahmed, who has invested in the domain and social media industry for 6yrs. She currently works with Fortune 100 brands and was previously Assistant COO of Mashable.
You’ve heard of Go Daddy, right? The multi-billion dollar domain registrar and hosting provider. The company that promotes risky commercials during the super bowl. That’s the Go Daddy you probably know. The 3,000 employees that built the company on their blood, sweat and tears know a different story.
The purpose of today’s post is to help you learn how to think like an entrepreneur. Over the past two decades I’ve watched different career paths rise in popularity. Entrepreneurs are now followed and admired more than ever.
I wrote an article called 5 steps to turn your idea into a business. There was a solid response so I’m going to further elaborate by posting an article on each of the 5 steps. Today's post is about validated learning
You have the next big idea, but feel like you’re missing the know how to turn your idea into a business. You’re not alone, most entrepreneurs in training feel like they’re missing some sort of secret sauce.
I learned a lot about myself and about the beauty that is Hawaii. We woke up at 6am daily and maximized almost every hour possible and in the process took over 400 pictures. Truth be told the real beauty lies in the people of Maui.
Legal vocabulary is loaded with jargon. What this translates to is acute attention to detail because a harmless oversight can be costly. One word can completely change the context of a sentence which can lend itself to liability. I learned the only 100% valid answer to any legal question is, “It depends.”