Analysis of “Hustler Culture”

    It’s true; the key to success is, for the most part, hard work. But there’s a difference between working hard and doing hard work. Just because you devote a lot of time to something doesn’t inherently mean that you’re going to perform well in that category. And yet, it seems that a lotContinue reading “Analysis of “Hustler Culture””

Looking into the Future of Tesla

  Ah, Tesla. Without a doubt the most controversial company I have seen in my young career. For each person who I’ve seen who is against Tesla, there is another that is for it. For this blog post, I wanted to go over Tesla in detail, discussing both sides of the argument and then comingContinue reading “Looking into the Future of Tesla”

Startup Challenge, Week 8 – The End (of the Beginning)

  Previously on the Startup Challenge: We decided that we would make a RedBubble store dedicated specifically to t-shirts called BDC (short for BOYS DONT CRY). We decided that our mission statement would be to make designs for shirts as opposed to the popular notion of making shirts for designs. We developed our marketing throughContinue reading “Startup Challenge, Week 8 – The End (of the Beginning)”

Startup Challenge, Week 7 – The Launch

  Previously on the Startup Challenge: We decided that we would make a RedBubble store dedicated specifically to t-shirts called BDC (short for BOYS DONT CRY). We decided that our mission statement would be to make designs for shirts as opposed to the popular notion of making shirts for designs. We continued to develop ourContinue reading “Startup Challenge, Week 7 – The Launch”

Startup Challenge, Week 6 – Slow Gains

Previously on the Startup Challenge: We decided that we would make a RedBubble store dedicated specifically to t-shirts called BDC (short for BOYS DONT CRY). We decided that our mission statement would be to make designs for shirts as opposed to the popular notion of making shirts for designs. We began to develop our marketingContinue reading “Startup Challenge, Week 6 – Slow Gains”