The Psychology of Entrepreneurial Misjudgement

by: Scott Goodson

Marc Andreessen has written a very inspiring and thoughtful piece about managing an entrepreneurial elite company entitled the Psychology of Entrepreneurial Misjudgement. It's well worth a read here.

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The Art of Sucking Up

by: Guy Kawasaki

There is an art to sucking up. Done too blatantly it will backfire. Done too weakly, you won't get what you want. The perfect suck up contains the following elements



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Wright Brothers set the standard for entrepreneurial thinking

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The First Great Business Book of 2008

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Web 2.0 Entrepreneurs! This is the time

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Eight Deadly Sins of Web 2.0 Start-ups

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From Ideas to Strategy and Purpose

by: Idris

A friend of
mine called me a few days ago and wanted to talk about his new venture. I am
happy for him. No question that it is a big decision in some ways for him. The
question came up was "why", is it about money or is it about creating
something. What is the strategy?

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'Everything You Should Know About Me as an Entrepreneur You Could Learn from My OB/GYN'

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Take the Entrepreneurship Test

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Partnership Pitfalls and Avoiding Murder

by: Roger Dooley

While flipping channels, I ran across an episode of City Confidential,
a show that takes viewers on a trip to an American city while
recounting a murder there. This particular episode involved two
business partners - one was convicted of killing the other. The murder
victim was apparently exceptionally hard working and capable, and was
abandoning the shared business due to the poor performance and lack of
effort on the part of the other owner.

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