I recently gave a talk at UW-Madison. The presentation–part of WARF’s Entrepreneurons Series–was about entrepreneurship generally, and more specifically, about what it’s like to think up, launch and scale a start up. It’s something I’ve done four times, and I really enjoy drawing lessons from the success and failure I’ve had along the way.
Start-ups are hard. As founders, we need all of the support and help we can get. I hope some of the personal lessons I highlight in this talk will help those of you that are in the start-up maze right now. And I hope my experience helps encourage more of you to make the leap.
Here’s the video: https://vimeo.com/166208301