How I Managed The Disappointment Of Not Getting On Shark Tank

Disappointment is a part of life. This may be a biased comment, but disappointment feels more acute for people like entrepreneurs, who risk everything to make their dreams a reality. Entrepreneurs quit their jobs, sacrifice relationships with friends and family, cash out their 401ks and run head-first into the unknown; that place in the universe… Continue reading How I Managed The Disappointment Of Not Getting On Shark Tank

Is There Life After Death (Of a Startup)?

Photo by Luz Adriana Villa: Resurrection Sunday

I’m blessed to be able to wake up every day and chase my dream of making my startup, WeMontage, a household name. As is often the case, the path to realization of this dream has been circuitous, to say the least, and it has taken a toll on family relationships. Birth and Death After raising… Continue reading Is There Life After Death (Of a Startup)?

How I Became an Accidental Stay at Home Dad-Er-Entrepreneur

Starting Up Then Running Out of Cash It’s cliché to say being an entrepreneur is hard. Duh! I was fortunate enough to launch my company, WeMontage, after completing a tech accelerator in Wisconsin called gener8tor. And I was even luckier to raise investment capital, which gave me twelve months to try to get to product/market… Continue reading How I Became an Accidental Stay at Home Dad-Er-Entrepreneur