Category Archives: Entrepreneurship

No One Has Ever Told Me I Wasn’t Good Enough

A lot of people seem to cite their doubters for their success. Being told they can’t do something becomes motivation for a lot of people. I get it. No one likes being told they can’t do something. I am just … Continue reading

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I’m working on a new project

A couple of weeks ago, my friend Jordan and I were playing a game of ping pong and discussing and idea he had for how we could easily track the games we played and surface some analytics behind those games … Continue reading

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Why I quit on my team during Startup Weekend

This past weekend was the first Startup Weekend that I ever attended and I was extremely excited about it. Unfortunately, it didn’t end up as magical as I thought. But in a weird way, it ended up being an extremely … Continue reading

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Huge Thanks to Dwolla

It’s been awhile since I posted, but I need to throw a shout out to Dwolla for sponsoring me and 9 other people to go to StartUp Weekend Omaha in September. These guys really “get it” and seem to genuinely … Continue reading

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Why I am excited about Startup Weekend

I realize the next Startup Weekend in Omaha isn’t until September 16th but I wanted to wanted to document some of my thoughts about it. I’ve never been to Startup Weekend before (I missed the first 2 in Omaha), but … Continue reading

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Mitigating risk in a startup

As a fairly safe guy, I am trying to get used to the fact that I am going to have to eventually put it all on the line if I want to try to build a company myself. Being a … Continue reading

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Big Omaha 2011, an Attendee’s Recap

So Big Omaha 2011 ended on Friday after 2 1/2 days of speakers, parties, networking, etc. and I wanted to throw together a quick recap the observations I had from the conference. I didn’t attend the opening party on Wednesday … Continue reading

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