A Bunny Loves Nuts Not Carrots

or… An Audience Loves Performances Not Presentations Did you know that the word “bunny” actually comes from the English word “bun” which once meant “squirrel” and was also used as a term of endearment? Mind blown 🤯  This bit of trivia, which one of my children recently educated me on, got me thinking about howContinue reading “A Bunny Loves Nuts Not Carrots”

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What the Covid-19 Charts Won’t Tell You About South Korea

Disclaimers: (1) This piece is an exploration of considerations to factor into data analysis to arrive at the most effective interpretation of that data. I am not an epidemiologist. (2) This piece is also slightly longer than usual, but it’s a topic that strikes close to home and so I wanted to explore the ideasContinue reading “What the Covid-19 Charts Won’t Tell You About South Korea”

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My #1 Tip for Keeping Presentations on Track

Ultimately, one of the most important parts of a presenter’s job is keeping the audience’s focus and attention. And while this has always been a challenge for presenters, it’s becoming way harder – and more important – today as more and more presentations are being delivered virtually in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Back From Hiatus: Six Years, Four Kids, and One Startup Later…

What will I be writing about? A wide variety of topics, from startup life and work culture, to product management, running teams large and small, being a leader, using data, finding balance – stories and ideas that I need to document and share. For instance, you will likely read about what it’s like pitching VCs who don’t believe what you are claiming, landing deals large and small, delivering keynotes, building teams, fostering three kids through to adoption, finding resilience and grit, and on and on the list goes.

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