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Podcast Episode

When Should Someone Else Run My Company?


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We're going to discuss why superior managerial skills don't necessarily trump a Founder's passion and knowledge as a company scales — and how to decide what to let go of...and when.

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Eric Hodge

I remember reading about Sara Blakely in a Grad School Case Study. She brought on her experienced CEO when she hit $3million-$4 million yearly revenue. I thought wow that is pretty early.




Podcast Episode

Am I a Fraud?


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As a Founder, when was the last time you felt like you had no idea what you were doing? Today we talk about why feeling like a fraud is actually a very normal part of Founder life.



Podcast Episode

Work Life Balance


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Stay longer. Work harder. Sleep less. As startup Founders we've all gone through periods where this felt necessary. Learn how balancing life and your startup is actually beneficial for you and your company.






Article

How Offering Financing Will Give You a Competitive Edge


  

Companies that provide financing options will create a viable business model and attract long-term customers from a variety of backgrounds.



Podcast Episode

Bouncing Back From Failure


  

Most Startups fail. But we never actually think it could happen to ours. In today's episode, we discuss how to bounce back from failure, why it's not as bad as it sounds, and share our own stories of past failures.



Article

Where’s the Money? Takeaways From SheWorx100 Summit – NYC


  

Pre-seed. Seed. Series A. Series B. Growth capital. Term sheets. Valuations. Cap Tables. Convertible notes. Market opportunity. Venture Capital. Angel investment. Equity Crowdfunding. Family offices.



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