Should you hire someone to make your website or should you just do it yourself?
You’ve launched your start-up, got the ideas rolling, and are ready to take it to the next level. Everything’s set… except you're without that crucial technical co-founder.
Freelancing is challenging to master, but when you build up your trust in others and delegation skills that's when you can truly begin to grow.
Not everyone wants to be a an entrepreneur - sometimes we just want to work our 9 to 5's and earn some extra money.
It's so easy now to get a website up and running nowadays. The question isn't really of how, but more of do I need to. Let's explore some options and scenarios on why you may not need to upfront.
As entrepreneurs, we want to make things, we’re battling with which ideas are the best and when we do decide, we act quickly and irrationally. If you don’t have a few successful launches under your belt it can be easy to ignore early prep work to make sure you’re not wasting your time.
I've been developing applications by my lonesome for quite sometime now. I want to share the languages, tools, and frameworks I use to make things.
If you're thinking of starting a business let me give my totally bias opinion as to why you shouldn't join a partnership.
Over the years I've worked with my fair share of non-technical people and one of my biggest frustrations is that some don't take an interest in what is going on over on the technical side. How do you as a non-technical person stay in the know without being bogged down with overly technical details?
Do you have the goal of working your way out of your business? Or, maybe you want to build a business that doesn't require much of your intervention. Read about some of my findings on how to go about building a "hands off" business.