Stop Delaying Your Most Important Job as Founder

First time founders are often guilty of outsourcing their sales responsibilities, but all too often, they are even more guilty of delaying selling in any capacity until it is too late. This delay often comes down to fear and that is why I’m constantly asking founders to test their sales hypothesis as soon as possible. … Continue reading Stop Delaying Your Most Important Job as Founder

How to get the most from your next ‘Startup Advice’ themed coffee

I've learnt a lot (and still have a tonne to learn) since founding my first Startup. I've been lucky enough to have met several great founders, mentors and advisers along the way. Most of these meetings have been over coffee, beer, dinner and even once in a gents toilet (!). Therefore I'm always happy to … Continue reading How to get the most from your next ‘Startup Advice’ themed coffee

How fundraising has changed – 9 Lessons from AngelList founder Naval Ravikant

Here are some great quotes / lessons / extracts that I liked from a recent 'This week in Startups' interview with Naval Ravikant. Naval is the founder and CEO of AngeList and started his first company at 23. The interview is about 50 minutes long but well worth a view if you have the time. … Continue reading How fundraising has changed – 9 Lessons from AngelList founder Naval Ravikant