The New Language of Entrepreneurs

The New Language of Entrepreneurs

I first met Dimo Dimov (@dpdimov) in 2004, as he was fin­ish­ing his PhD in Entre­pre­neur­ship at Lon­don Busi­ness School. That same year Dimo [link] joined me as a pro­fes­sor in the Entre­pre­neur­ship Depart­ment at IE Busi­ness School in Madrid, Spain...
Sick and Tired of Being Treated and Dying

Sick and Tired of Being Treated and Dying

If you are seri­ous­ly ill, your first thought is to go to a hos­pi­tal. But in the US, that move may kill you. I am not kid­ding. Con­sid­er these recent words from Rob­by Berman (@everyrobby): Let’s get right to it: the third lead­ing cause of death in the...
The Kinetic Entrepreneur

The Kinetic Entrepreneur

In archi­tec­ture, the most overused word today seems to be “icon­ic”. In busi­ness, the word is “entre­pre­neur”. That’s not sim­ply because a Google search of the word yields 217 mil­lion results. The word is used much too loose­ly. I have heard the word...
Star Trek: Beyond The Final Frontier

Star Trek: Beyond The Final Frontier

Gene Rod­den­ber­ry had failed. Yes, he had been a World War II pilot who flew 89 mis­sions and had won the Dis­tin­guished Fly­ing Cross. Yes, he had pub­lished poems and sto­ries. And, yes, as a spokesman and speech­writer for the chief of the Los Ange­les...

A Revolution Is Underfoot

For Ken­ton Lee (@ShoeThatGrows), things start­ed to look up when he start­ed to focus down — at shoes. As Teodo­ra Zare­va [link] explains in her great @BigThink arti­cle [link] on the move­ment (and non-prof­it busi­ness) that Ken­ton Lee start­ed: After...

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