For the past few years, all of my working schedule has revolved around five activities. In this post, I’ll go over these concepts — read, think, make, share, and monetize — and explain why I think they’re vital for any entrepreneur’s success.
Tag Archives: entrepreneurship
Convenience and Pareto Optimality
In economics, Pareto optimality is when no individual can be better off without making someone else worse off. Here’s how you can apply it to sustainable product innovation.
Some people have probably already caught on to the fact that I’ve used the term “Hivemind” in a few blog entries and twitter posts to refer to a certain group of people. But what exactly is the Hivemind, and what did they do to earn such a name?
Here are a few thoughts I have on entrepreneurship, income generators, and business more generally.
Risk/Return Bets in Entrepreneurship
As a person trained in finance and investing, I’m always interested when I see these principles apply to other parts of life. But perhaps there is no better place where the lessons of investing could come into play than in entrepreneurship.