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I started 2017 so well when it came to hustling. I'd work my tech sales job during the day, then spend the evening on LetGo, OfferUp, Craiglist and eBay, buying and selling, with every intention of hitting Gary Vee's $20,017 flip goal. I did well for the first few weeks, diligently tracking my profits, margins … Continue reading Confessions of a Gary Vee 2017 Flip Challenge Dropout
Unless your startup is in the business of printing untraceable, impeccable counterfeit currency in large bills, you've got to make sales. Assuming you're not in a business that puts you on an FBI watch list, making a sale could be the difference between getting funding, growing your team and making it to IPO-- or packing … Continue reading 3 Sales Tips for Startups That Don’t Print Money
If you’re looking for almost certain small business success, open a liquor store near a beach. That’s one small business lesson. But if you’re reading this, especially if you’re not looking to sell cheap vodka to college kids on spring break, you’re more likely hoping to find out what practical and actionable lessons could help … Continue reading Sell Booze at the Beach– And Other Lessons I Learned While Working With 200+ Small Businesses
A few years ago, I sat across the table from a recent college grad who was hoping to secure a BDR spot at a startup I worked at. His enthusiasm was infectious, his optimism high. We were talking about the role, and why he was excited about our company and then he hit me with … Continue reading Forget About Billion Dollar Ideas