Monthly Archives: March 2015

Launching a Startup From a Foundation of ‘Best Team’ Values

“At the very beginning, a startup company may consist of only an entrepreneur and a partner or two. There is no infrastructure or formalized process; sometimes there isn’t even an office. At some point in a startup’s life cycle that small team—the powerful nucleus of the founder and a couple of other people—has to grow in order to turn an

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The Most Important Thing Entrepreneurs Fail to Do

“Regardless of how great your product, service, or idea might be, you’re not immune to failure. In fact, U.S. statistics show that 50% of new businesses fail in their first year. However, if you’re fully prepared as an entrepreneur, the road to success doesn’t have to be difficult.” Dave Kerpen recently interviewed Harry for Inc.com.  Read the full interview here.

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Becoming the Best Citizen

The “five bests” of becoming a world-class, values-based organization is a journey. The foundation of that process is becoming your best self and continues through best team, best partner, and best investment. The culmination is becoming a best citizen (I use the word “culmination” loosely since the quest to achieve the five bests is a never-ending one and each best is interdependent on

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