Last update: 07/05/21
Psychology, Behavioral Economics
Framework for Thinking
Communication, Sales, Leadership
Governments, Currency, History
The Evolving Self
Leadership Strategies and Tactics
Theory on why people are successful
The Win Without Pitching Manifesto
The Innovators Dilemma (only the 2nd half of the book)
Business, Startups, Entrepreneurship
Everyone loves great design whether they know it or not. At the core, design passively influences decision making which means that your designs can determine your business’s fate. Bold claim? Nope. Think about it like this: you are researching the best CMS software for your sales team and run across a startup that claims to have the best CMS product that has EVER been invented because of its advanced machine learning, AI, and (insert cliche startup tech here). BUT, their website, marketing materials, and branding look like they've hired an intern, blindfolded them, and promoted them to lead designer. Subconsciously, you’ve immediately judged the quality of this startup’s product as soon as you’ve seen how they present themselves through...
College is one of the best times in your life to get started in entrepreneurship. Why? Time, freedom, and free resources. I spent my time in college as an entrepreneur falling face first, making mistakes time and time again. From creating a free food locator for students on campus, to a marketplace for popup stores, these experiences are still some of the most valuable to me today. I utilized college in a nontraditional way compared to that of an average college student and I encourage you to do the same. From my four years in undergrad at the University of Colorado Boulder, I look back on how I personally approached taking my first steps into entrepreneurship and break out a few lessons that will hopefully help you on your journey...
You can build a website for your startup within a week that looks like it cost $10,000 to have built. Yes, you. Not only that, but you can build it with about $300 or potentially just $20 if you are a current student at a university. How? Webflow templates. I recommend using Webflow for 90% of people as long as they have basic experience with other editor interfaces such as Photoshop, Illustrator or even PowerPoint. Webflow is on the bleeding edge of no-code web design and continues to innovate faster than any of the other services trying to copy...