Founder’s Depression Is Bullshit
Founder depression is a lie we tell ourselves—and each other—to make depression seem like an acceptable part of the job.
Vacations Are Important, but Most Founders Do Them Wrong
It felt like the exact wrong thing to do. It...
Why We Dropped “Fun” as a Core Value
And how, as a result, we’re having more fun than...
What I Learned Rescuing Our Startup From Death
The 5 steps we took to turn Groove around when the company was headed toward failure
Why I Almost Walked Away From the $500k/mo Company I Founded
The story of Groove's darkest months: how we got here and how we came up with a plan to turn things around.
The Rebirth of Groove (and the Next Stage In Our Startup Journey)
Where we’ve been, where we’re going, and answers to all of the questions that many of you have been asking.
I’m Taking A Break From Blogging. Here’s Why.
Four years ago today, we took down our blog to re-imagine it. Here’s why we’re doing it again.
Why I Stopped Hustling
Taking on the most dangerous word in our community.
Too Many Startups Like Playing Startup
7 signs that you’re focused on stuff that doesn’t matter, and how to snap out of it.
What It’s Like to Compete Against Goliath (And Why You Should Do It Anyway)
A lot of startups compete against huge, successful companies. Here’s why you shouldn’t be afraid.
Why I Walked Away From a $12M Acquisition Offer 18 Months After Our Startup’s Launch
After three years of blood, sweat and tears building a startup from the ground up, I got a big offer. Here’s why I turned it down…