She says it’s hardly yet winter even in New York…
Definately not beginning to look or feel at all like Christmas down here in Texas either, with weather like summertime! But after finally getting off the boat and going into town, I was totally inundated with the dizzying sights and sounds of Christmas commercemania. Yikes!
Arrhhh… Truth is, I’m just screwdge about not being the one raking in all those shopper’s dollars. I’ll be back on the scene next year though! Finally. Although being benched to the sidelines for the last several seasons has really really sucked, at least I’ll be so well prepared and hungry by the time I get to play again that I’ll be sure to clean up. I’ll be soo excited to be back in the game that I’ll literally blastmongrel the entire playing field once it’s my time to shine.
Meanwhile, I’ll keep myself chillin here on this rad sailboat… or somewhere out on the road… dreaming of her… while hacking the planet, rocking the tech out, and advancing my various startup projects all from my lil floating office within my private world of brent… but it’s a holy good place to be, for *soon enough* these crazed genius all night sessions with my computer, coffee, and dreams will bear the sweet fruit of my life’s work ~
Soon!! …as in this new year, 2016.
I can feel the supernova waves of breakthrough coming across my horizon!
2015, I will recompense you with furious vengeance and kick your ass this 2016.
Posted in Biography, Project Updates and tagged 2016, Christmas 2015, critical mass, lean startup, neevus, New Year, planet neevus, startup by Brent with no comments yet.
If you can’t come up with a good enough idea to stay the course, then don’t bother!!
Most of these new ‘tech’ ventures would do good to pivot towards shutting down before they ever even launch, instead of wasting everyones’ time and money on playing start-up games.
[Edit: This brief, hopefully sobering, post is a reactionary statement to all the ridiculous retoric (‘advice’) and speculation constantly going on about tech startups and was further prevoked by my reading of the following ‘duh’ article, http://blogs.wsj.com/accelerators/2013/01/03/prove-it-pivot-or-shut-it-down/]
Posted in BrenT's ThoughtS and tagged business sense, common sense, customer feedback, enterprenuer, innovation, mentor, metrics, profit margins, pump and dump, startup, viability, wasted capital by Brent with 2 comments.