Feld Thoughts
14  juin     16h45
Summer Vacation
Valet    This blog has decided to take a summer vacation. I’ve been blogging regularly since 2005 (typical 15 20 posts a month.) I’m going to take a break for a while. Now that The Entrepreneur’s Weekly Nietzsche: A Book for Disruptors is out, I’ve started working on my next book. I’m trying some...
11  juin     18h12
Why Philosophy and Entrepreneurship?
Valet    Since releasing my newest book The Entrepreneur’s Weekly Nietzsche: A Book for Disruptors I’ve been continually getting the questions Why Philosophy and Entrepreneurship? and Why Nietzsche? Dave and I cover this right off the bat in the book, so I thought I’d toss up an excerpt that addresses...
09  juin     12h42
Startup CXO: A Field Guide to Scaling Up Your Company’s Critical Functions and Teams
Brad Feld    Matt Blumberg has a new book out titled Startup CXO: A Field Guide to Scaling Up Your Company’s Critical Functions and Teams. It’s a follow-up to his previous book, Startup CEO: A Field Guide to Scaling Up Your Business. I’ve been working with Matt since 2000. That year, we merged two companies...
08  juin     15h21
Investment vs. Speculation
Brad Feld    I reread Enough.: True Measures of Money, Business, and Life by John C. Bogle over the weekend. I’d read it in 2012 and it had a huge impact on me. If you aren’t familiar with John C. Bogle, he founded The Vanguard Group, is credited with inventing the index fund and is a spectacular writer (every...
07  juin     18h07
Twitter Spaces and Nietzsche
Brad Feld    Last week I was scheduled to do a live interview with Eliot Peper about The Entrepreneur’s Weekly Nietzsche. He opted to use Twitter Spaces and diligently tested it out a couple of days beforehand to confirm that it would work. Nevertheless, we immediately ran into difficulties, and after ten...
02  juin     12h31
Colorado Startup Summer 2021 Request for Companies
Brad Feld    CU’s Silicon Flatirons Center Startup Summer is back Startup Summer provides a fantastic experience for college-age students and interns interested in entrepreneurship and the Front Range emerging company scene. Startup Summer is a free offering that enhances your company’s internship program....
01  juin     12h47
No TV Summer
Brad Feld    Turn off the TV and go outside and play. I expect these are words that have been said in almost every household in America. Amy and I hit the bottom of the TV barrel last week while watching Army of the Dead. It was so awful it was good. But it was awful. And & It’s June 1 and I’m done for the...
26  mai     18h41
Monsters
Brad Feld    Most of the quotes we discuss in The Entrepreneur’s Weekly Nietzsche we found by reading his work, but a few are well-known lines that you may have heard before. This is one, used in our chapter Monsters : He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou...
25  mai     17h05
Shipped The Entrepreneur’s Weekly Nietzsche
Brad Feld    My newest book, The Entrepreneur’s Weekly Nietzsche: A Book for Disruptors, shipped today. It’s available on Amazon in Kindle, Paperback, and Hardcover. If you are so inclined, go buy a copy today I’m particularly proud of this book, as it is a more philosophical approach to entrepreneurship than...
24  mai     16h22
Google Enters Hologramland
Brad Feld    Six months ago I wrote When The Big Companies Show Up about Sony releasing their first holographic display and what I thought about that development, given my role as an investor via Foundry and board member in the 40-person purveyor of fine holographic interfaces in Brooklyn called Looking Glass....