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Burnt. Out.

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How are you feeling today? Chances are, as a Founder, some version of tired, worn out, mentally foggy, or stressed part of the answer. We're going to dive into burn out. How to see it coming, how to avoid it, and how to recharge when you've gone too far.

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Am I a Fraud?

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As a Founder, when was the last time you felt like you had no idea what you were doing? Today we talk about why feeling like a fraud is actually a very normal part of Founder life.

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Work Life Balance

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Stay longer. Work harder. Sleep less. As startup Founders we've all gone through periods where this felt necessary. Learn how balancing life and your startup is actually beneficial for you and your company.

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Preparing Your Spouse for a Startup

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As a Founder, you've likely spent years in the build-up to actually starting your company, but how much time did you dedicate to preparing your spouse for the leap into entrepreneurship?

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Equity Doesn't Mean Equal


50-50 even-Steven when splitting equity is best, right? Not so much. Turns out cutting things right down the middle is rarely fair to start and only gets further out of balance as time goes on.

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Can I Have a Boss Again?

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As a Founder, what happens when we're forced into going back to reporting to someone else now that we've tasted the freedom of Founderhood?


Growth Hacker Is the New VP Marketing


Rather than a VP of Marketing with a bunch of non-technical marketers reporting to them, instead growth hackers are engineers leading teams of engineers.


Meet 7 Angel Investors Who Love Crowdfunding


Equity crowdfunding is a relatively new way for angels to connect with startups, but we're already seeing angel investors flock to crowdfunding campaigns.


Emblem: Destroying the Blank Canvas for Designers


Creating a logo and all of the associated branding material just got easier.


Revamp Your Marketing Plan


When creating your Marketing Plan, remember that the quality of your efforts is what really matters — not some random vanity metric.


What a Venture Capital Group Invests In


Unlike an angel investor, a venture capital group can only invest in deals that have a huge potential upside that will likely lead to an acquisition or IPO.


Small Business Trend Predictions For 2017


Since we’ve already entered a new year, I hope that you’ve been making your goals in preparing for 2017. Here 12 small business trend predictions that deserve your undivided attention.


A Little Revenue Is Worse Than No Revenue


In the startup world, payment is validation. If someone is willing to pay you for your service, you’re onto something. If no one will pay you, then you’ve got an issue with your message, your offer, product/market fit, something.


4 Ways To Make Good On Your Crowdfunding Promises


At Fundable, we stress the fact that extensive preparation is the key differentiator between crowdfunding success and failure.

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How Do I Get People to Take Me Seriously?


As a Founder, does it feel like every time you walk into a room you're being judged before a single word comes out of your mouth? Do you feel like it's always an uphill battle to be taken seriously?


How I Lost Over 50 Pounds While Running My Company (and Kept It Off)


My personal weight loss journey and why startup Founders should take their personal health more seriously.


The Surprising Benefits of Dealing with Rejection


Although rejection can leave us feeling hopeless, knowing that there is a positive side to it can give us hope. If we can agree that rejection sucks and is a part of life, we should also agree that there are ways to make rejection benefit us.

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