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Sustainability: The ‘must have’ holy grail – While making your product a ‘must have’ to customers is hard, maintaining that status is even harder. Bernard Moon, vice president of Lunsford Group, runs down a few ways to stay on top.

Do you have what it takes to be a founder? – The fortitude of a start-up founder or co-founder is different than that of an early employee or late employee. Serial entrepreneur Steve Blank runs through the characteristics of each to help you judge which is best for you.

10 Lessons in Bootstrapping a Business – Early entrepreneurs face two choices: seek funding early or go it alone. Infusionsoft co-founder Clate Mask opted for bootstrapping and learned some important lessons along the way. He shares them here.

What rehab taught me about making bad investments – An athlete coming back from a sidelining injury faces some of the same concerns a VC does after bad investments. Jeff Bussgang of Flybridge General Partners realized the similarities earlier this year as he rode out his own sports-related injury.

Start-up studies: A pop quiz – If you had five dollars and two hours, what would you do to make as much money as possible? Staford’s Tina Seelig discusses some of the best solutions Stanford students have come up with.

What rehab taught me about making bad investments – An athlete coming back from a
sidelining injury faces some of the same concerns a VC does after bad investments. Jeff
Bussgang of Flybridge General Partners realized the similarities earlier this year as he
rode out his own sports-related injury.
http://entrepreneur.venturebeat.com/2009/10/29/what-rehab-taught-me-about-making-bad-invest
ments
Start-up studies: A pop quiz – If you had five dollars and two hours, what would you do to
make as much money as possible? Staford’s Tina Seelig discusses some of the best solutions
Stanford students have come up with.
http://entrepreneur.venturebeat.com/2009/10/30/start-up-studies-a-pop-What rehab taught me about making bad investments – An athlete coming back from a
sidelining injury faces some of the same concerns a VC does after bad investments. Jeff
Bussgang of Flybridge General Partners realized the similarities earlier this year as he
rode out his own sports-related injury.
http://entrepreneur.venturebeat.com/2009/10/29/what-rehab-taught-me-about-making-bad-invest
ments
Start-up studies: A pop quiz – If you had five dollars and two hours, what would you do to
make as much money as possible? Staford’s Tina Seelig discusses some of the best solutions
Stanford students have come up with.
http://entrepreneur.venturebeat.com/2009/10/30/start-up-studies-a-pop-quiz