Normally, I read a book and write about it. This time around, I'm just saying that I've started reading the book. It comes highly recommended by Jake McKee, Chief Strategy Officer for Ant's Eye View (disclaimer: Ant's Eye View is a thinkspace member). In Jake's words: "The one piece of advice
Over the last couple weeks I had at least three different conversations with successful entrepreneurs who have started and sold a company, people who have just started their business, or read articles that talk about the "one thing that successful entrepreneurs do differently". There's a lot of things that
I just found out that thinkspace is a finalist in the fifth annual Seattle Times NWjobs.com People's Picks contest for the small business category for Coolest Office Space! In the letter that the Seattle Times sent to us, it stated that we're "in an exclusive group of organizations that
We're hosting an SMCSeattle Education workshop here inside thinkspace on Nov. 5, 2010. The event starts at 3pm until 6pm. TOPIC DETAILS Part 1 - "The Power of Your Brand : Personal and Small Business" Workshop lead - Karen Kang In part 1, you will learn how to Identify the rational value and the
One week ago, we sent out a office space survey through Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to find out if we expanded into Seattle where would you like to see thinkspace be located. We got back a lot of responses, more than I expected! The chart shows the results from the
We're possibly expanding and looking at Seattle as being the new location. We don't want to take the approach of "build it and they will come" so we want to get your feedback. Share with us what your "think space" would look and feel like -- that would be a
In June, King County named 75 local companies to its 2010 “Best Workplaces for Recycling and Waste Reduction” list – recognizing businesses with exceptional recycling programs and for their commitment to reducing the amount of waste their company produces. This is the second year in a row that thinkspace has
The thinkspace team has grown again! Hiring people is one of my top priorities. In my MIT Entrepreneurial Masters Program, we focused a lot of time on people as a foundation for building a great business. One of the books that we had to read was "Who" by Geoff Smart.
In a month from now (August 4-5th), there's going to be a conference in Seattle about Email Marketing. The event is being put on by What Counts and is called Summer Summit. I looked at the agenda and I am very interested in hearing the "State of the Union" address
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