Where did my Money go?

As a result of the measures applied for tackling the last financial crisis, entrepreneurial funding have exploded up to  $39.4 billion in Q3'17 according to KPMG. VC investment has become a great opportunity, even more considering the lack of opportunities out there. Equity overprice, Fixed income with negative interest rates and other investment assets affected … Continue reading Where did my Money go?

Cut the crap! you aren’t important

In our current ecosystem, no matter if you work for a Startup, multinational company or yourself, your calendar is full of action items, remainders or meetings. With such a frenetic activity, it is really easy to lose focus and productivity here and there. By the end of the week, those moments turn into poor meetings, … Continue reading Cut the crap! you aren’t important

First impressions matter stupid

The Great Dictator Speech Communication means sending or receiving information. However, there are several differences between sending, transmitting or expressing a message, even when the message is the exactly the same word by word. No matter where you are, home, a bar or your office, if you are surrounded by people, you will most likely … Continue reading First impressions matter stupid

Build the way for results

In today's world where everything is evaluate and assess in a quarterly basis according to short term results, it is difficult not to rush and jump in execution mode instantly. We have different frameworks and processes implemented and working, yet we end up assuming that the problem given is the right one, leading us to … Continue reading Build the way for results

Three rules I hardly ever will brake again

A startup ride, either as investor, entrepreneur or employee, is most likely one of the most valuable, exciting and unique experiences anyone can have. That been said, such experience does not allow you to stop and analyze it properly, everything happen in a blink of an eye, as a result most of the times you … Continue reading Three rules I hardly ever will brake again

Churn will kill your Startup

Churn rate is one of the most relevant metric when it comes to growth. It is also well cover and explain across entrepreneurial literature. However, it will be difficult to reinvent the wheel, there are a few aspects concerning churn ratio that better to have them on your mind while analyzing it and coming to … Continue reading Churn will kill your Startup

What comedian would teach your Startup?

9 Life Lessons - Tim Minchin UWA Address Lot and lot of pages have been written about corporate culture, leadership and management, therefore it is complicated add something new in this category. However, I would like to bring the attention to something, that frequently is forgotten. Tim Minchin, is an Australian composer/Lyricist, musician, comedian and … Continue reading What comedian would teach your Startup?

Value makes your life Easy

In the current ecosystem where technology has been able to spread scalability in every stage of the value chain, the ability to generate an attractive value proposition is becoming more and more important. Digital transformation is changing the way companies design or create value. Either internal or external, it is important to feed the structure … Continue reading Value makes your life Easy

Differences make you stronger

A great company culture is not an option nowadays, it has became a need to attract, retain and motivate talent. But what works for some companies might not work for others. Just pay attention to the missions statements below, all of them are different. Google →“Organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and … Continue reading Differences make you stronger

Unicorn in a haystack

In the last 30 years, the world has changed dramatically and I can't think of anything that has stayed as it was for 30 years (30 because I am not older than that). If we dig deep in the roots of this change, we are likely to find that it is  human beings who impulse … Continue reading Unicorn in a haystack