• November 19, 2015

The life of an entrepreneur is fast-paced and time is a precious resource. The best anyone can do is make the right choice for themselves at the time and hope it works out in the end. “Entrepreneurship is demanding on so many different levels, and you have to make sacrifices, so you might as well determine for yourself which sacrifices...

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  • November 05, 2015

On his mission to “help the world organize communities better,” Michael Moschella has built leadership infrastructures as VP at NationBuilder, a founder and board member at New Leaders Council, Chief Organizer for the Truman National Security Project and the Center for National Policy and a board member of Netroots Foundation. He was named one of […]...

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  • October 29, 2015
Next Big Frontier- (3)

"Many VCs don’t know that, for the first time, companies can build real businesses in the serving the government sector, and those businesses are growing at a venture-backable rate. That’s the reason these companies are making it. As VC’s, we’re in business to ultimately make money for our limited partners, and historically the issue with working with government agencies has...

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  • October 07, 2015
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"I think the evolution of crowdfunding will be similar to the evolution of social media and social networking. Back in 2000, people would call any one-off thing like Myspace or Facebook 'social networking' or 'social media,' but by the end of the decade it was just called “communication” and was layered into the way communication was done. Similarly, when...

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  • October 01, 2015
Work Expectations

“I have a pretty strong founder mindset…But I loved my role at Edusoft because I quickly felt a ton of ownership. I think key questions are whether they come in with an attitude to have a founder mindset toward the thing they are doing and whether they are given enough autonomy to realize that. If so, great things. If not,...

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