Tips for attracting developers as a non-technical founder

Tips for attracting developers as a non-technical founder

Finding a co-founder for your startup is one of the most difficult parts of getting off the ground, in particular for the first time entrepreneur. You may not have a large or diverse network, and you will be searching for…

The Entrepreneur Body Image

The Entrepreneur Body Image

Twitter is a great resource for entrepreneurs, and I think anyone who wants or needs a public online profile should be a part of it. If ¬†you’re looking for a job, it allows potential companies to see who you are…

Gratification Delayed: When Metrics Don't Matter

Gratification Delayed: When Metrics Don’t Matter

At Gatherball, we’re big fans of the Lean Startup movement. I’d suggest Eric Ries’ book to anyone who wants to start a tech startup today, and even before it came out I bought enough copies for my entire team and…

Pills, vitamins, and candy: the false choice of startup ideas

Pills, vitamins, and candy: the false choice of startup ideas

Startups start with ideas. Unfortunately, most ideas don’t make good startups: it takes time and skill to take an idea and craft it into something that could work as a product that appeals to a specific market, and as a…

4 Founder Lessons From Colonel Sanders

4 Founder Lessons From Colonel Sanders

Ask any startup founder which company founder they most admire, who do you guess they’d say? Steve Jobs? Mark Zuckerberg? Bill Gates? How about Harland David Sanders? It’s a shame that more tech founders don’t know the story of Colonel…