There Are No LEGO Instructions For Your Startup
I just saw LEGO The Movie. This movie successfully transported me back to my childhood but it also tossed me about in the now and future. It had a modern day nostalgic feel to it. For me, it did a great job showing life in a big company as well
Inside startups with Founders Less Than Three: Speaker – Halley Suitt Tucker
You know when someone jokes that they have "done it all?" Halley Suitt Tucker could put Chief Everything Officer on her business card. Halley is currently living in Boston and writes for a living. You name it she writes it. Halley has been blogging for 10 years, went through Techstars, and is now writing books! Halley
thinkspace Named Best 100 Companies to Work For by Seattle Business Magazine
We were just named one of Seattle’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” by Seattle Business magazine. thinkspace was ranked 25 in the small company category, competing against hundreds of other companies in the Puget Sound area. It’s great to be chosen for this competitive award along with so many
Coworking: who you surround yourself with matters.
In a recent presentation given at thinkspace, the CEO and founder of thinkspace, Peter Chee, spoke on the importance of mentors and role models. He confessed that when he first started out, he had a 50 page business plan which he was pretty jazzed about, but "didn’t grab ahold of
Happy 5th birthday, thinkspace!
The thinkspace community first opened its doors 5 years ago today, on May 1st of 2008. Since then, thinkspace has been - and continues to be - home to many startups and established businesses. Upon starting thinkspace, Peter Chee understood that if he took a conventional path, he could expect conventional results.
How to create a CBB list and schedule a launch that actually happens.
You don’t want to put something out to the world until it’s 100% perfect. You’ll literally put the brakes on anything that doesn’t absolutely hit your high standard. You think delivering anything less will result in NO sales. Every little thing MUST BE PERFECT or it’s not seeing the light of day. You’re a
The Rules To Delivering, Seeing Things Through + Launching Anything
Planning a project? Developing a new program? Starting a business? It’s easy to get caught up and overwhelmed by all the little moving parts in a launch. Your website, the product, membership area, sales process, buttons, emails, graphics, getting the word out
Conversations That Sell
A guest-post from Anne Samoilov Today’s post comes to Thinkspace courtesy of Anne Samoilov and is republished by permission. Anne has been helping solopreneurs become more productive, create and launch their life’s work. She teaches about topics including online launching, product launch, small business growth, productivity, self-management, motivation, business planning + goal
SEO Advice for Start Up Entrepreneurs
There is no silver bullet when it comes to SEO and I have a feeling that, with the Facebook's new Graph Search, the SEO world is about to be flipped upside down. My office is located at thinkspace in the coworking section which gives me the opportunity to speak with
The 10 Benefits To Launching Before You’re Ready
A guest-post from Anne Samoilov Today's post comes to Thinkspace courtesy of Anne Samoilov and is republished by permission. Anne has been helping solopreneurs become more productive, create and launch their life’s work. She teaches about topics including online launching, product launch, small business growth, productivity, self-management, motivation, business planning + goal