Reinventing my personal blog
Road, Gravel, Mud
What running a startup for a couple of years felt like. Muddy.
So You Want To Be A Startup Founder
Sometimes, I speak at universities that want me to 'inspire their young'.
Signals and Noise
I was a startup founder for several years. Most of that time was unglamorous, terrible and difficult. It was one of the hardest things I'd done. I wanted to share, at that point, what that was all about.
Do What You Don't Know
Do things you don't know how to do, I like to say. At different points in life, I have had the privilege of doing just that.
A Sucker Punch in the Gut
I don’t follow my gut as much as let my gut punch out a path.
Lying on a Sack of Rice
One of those days.
The Lonely Road
When I ran a startup it was much lonelier than I knew it would be.
Two Pairs of Pants
The Hustling Years. Apparently, life comes full circle.
What I learned about running a company from drinking cocktails.
Don't Work With Assholes
There's a wealth of literature out there about this, but it can never be said enough. Too many people work with assholes.
What drives us to create companies?
A Tale of Two Cities
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was a bit of both, really.
A short update just before I moved in Indonesia.
Then & Now
I wrote briefly on Medium about Myanmar's tech boom
Don't Lugi Be Happy
I was brought up in a competitive society. At some point, I decide not to play that game so I could win in other ways.
Popagandhi since 2000. |