Unfortunately, I’ve definitely met these people:
From the article: “There’s a familiar path now to SaaS companies that start in the SMB (small-to-medium business) part of the market. Over time, they seem to inevitably begin serving larger customers. Box, Hubspot, Zendesk and among many others have exhibited this pattern. Why does this happen?” …
This is my model for feedback: frequent, followed up with writing, augmented with coaching, and always honest:
And finally, this statement is just too true. It’s not just because I’m a reader and prefer a book or a written report over a movie or a webcast, but because if you’re busy you can read a book incrementally:
7 yr old: “Well! In fact, I…”
Me: “Growing a tail is not a goal.”
7: “Oh. Then I have no goals.”
Microsoft: Really needs to make something called water…
A supercomputer? Check.
An enormous library? Check.
A way to reach to the world? Check.
*a horse at dusk*
*an elderly couple slow dances*
*a soldier salutes*
*fade to black*
‘No, I can’t fax because of where I live’
‘Where do you live?’
‘The 21st century’
catproof your computer
“Combination of jargon and garbage. I just made that up.”
See here: http://bit.ly/1xvz0bV
/via @azcentral & @heykim #Halloween