Events for Bootstrappers in September 2020: six Bootstrapper Breakfasts and one Lean Culture event are listed. All are online and no charge.
Events for Bootstrappers in August 2020: five Bootstrappers Breakfasts and one Lean Culture event are listed. All are online and no charge.
Keep On Keeping On: join us at an online Bootstrappers Breakfast in July 2020 for new perspectives on business challenges and help other entrepreneurs.
Keep Calm and Bootstrap On. Bootstrappers Breakfasts in June 2020 will be held online, please join us as your schedule permits. We have a number of special topics this month that may also be of interest.
Here is an edited transcript of a briefing by Rob Fitzpatrick at the May-1-2020 Bootstrapper Breakfast on the value of taking a long term approach to bootstrapping. Hyperlinks have been added for context.
Rob Fitzpatrick joins us May-1 from Barcelona to talk about assets founders bring to their startups and how they can develop them further over the course of their entrepreneurial careers.
Bootstrapper Breakfasts in March and April of 2020 will be held online. If you find yourself hunkered down at home and getting a little stir crazy, join us online.
Last Friday at the Silicon Valley Bootstrappers Breakfast an attendee mentioned they were considering investing two days to adopt David Allen's "Getting Things Done" approach to organizing their work. This led to a "lightning round" question: "What tools and techniques do you use to keep yourself organized and getting work done?" This in turn triggered
We are using Derek Sivers’ book “Anything You Want” as a inspiration for 3×5 card exercises about managing growth at the September 2019 Breakfasts in Silicon Valley. We ran this program last year at this time and it was very well received. We will also have our regular roundtable discussion.
Fluent Founder Roadmap We really like the work Beth Mckeon at Fluent is doing to clarify what a strong startup ecosystem needs from incubators, accelerators, working spaces, and startup oriented events. Her book "10 of 10" argues that we have to move beyond thinking that only "1 in 10" will make it to providing value