You are going to spend a lot of time with the person. I believe it is. We interviewed entrepreneurs for the StartOut report, and two shed some light on this phenomenon:.
I said this was an uncomfortable truth. Accept it. Because I can tell you, without hesitation, that if you can trade in your drive for money, you aren't starting out with enough drive. The world is not lacking ideas. Goldberg says, "I think that visibility's really important.
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He talks at 1. I feel strongly that he is investing for success. Though statistics still point to stark differences between white male investors and their minority counterparts, the landscape is slowly evolving. Waverly Deutsch is clinical professor of entrepreneurship at Chicago Booth.
Goldberg says he wears his sexuality as "a badge of honor," and as a result, he says he's approached daily by other gay entrepreneurs thanking him for setting an example.