Many entrepreneurs believe that they key to success is adequate (or more) capital. I think they’re wrong—too much money is worse than too little. It’s because spending expands to the level of money that you’ve raised. I explain the hazards of too much money for the American Express Open Forum. Read it by clicking here.
If you’re confused by the U. S. Immigration process, I recently posted an explanation of it at the American Express Open Forum blog. Robert C. Meltzer, CEO of VISANOW, provided the information. His company is in the business of helping people obtain visas, so he should know. (Disclosure: Garage is an investor in VISANOW.) Learn how to decode the immigration process here.
Want to be the next Bill Gates? My buddy, Maryelene Delbourg-Delphis, explains why you should “Look at Your Company as a Small Business” in order to reach your goal. Check it out to learn why saplings are saplings, not little big trees.
Chris Anderson explained his concept of “free” at a recent Garage Technology Ventures conference. Click here to learn more about his model and to get to the link to a video of his presentation. Any company that produces digital content and goods should check it out.
Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman have written a very interesting book examining how people nurture their kids. It’s called NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children. I conducted an interview with them about this subject. Interestingly, I think many of their findings apply to nurturing employees too. Check out the interview here.