I’m one of those people who grew up programming computers, and so my journey to thinking about entrepreneurship and leadership has taken a circuitous path. I have always worked on the product development side of my industry; my partners and bosses were managers or marketers and my peers worked in engineering and operations. Throughout my career, I kept having the experience of working incredibly hard on products that ultimately failed in the marketplace.
At first, largely because of my background, I viewed these as technical problems that required required technical solutions, better architecture, a better engineering process, better discipline, focus, or product view.
But it turned out it had less to do with the technical side and more with the mind behind it – Entrepreneurs and leaders.
Therefore I decided to create this blog and give lessons I learned about entrepreneurship and leadership to help future generations and guide them in the right direction.