Advice

Fundraising Advice for Camelback Ventures $1M Club

 This advice is relevant for entrepreneurs preparing to raise $1M or more, and you can leverage the fundraising resources below Focus on how to build relationships, so investors know, like, and trust you 5×7 Rule: 5 interactions in 7 weeks = friendship for life You build trust by being vulnerable If you ask for money, you can advice If you ask for advice, you can get money twice Get advice, implement, share what you learned, and say thanks, close the loop Get intro, meet a new person, say thanks for the intro, share what you learned, close the loop

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5 Stages of Grief

Grief

There are a lot of reasons you may be grieving. Everyone grieves differently and at their own pace. My mom passed away on September 4, 2021, and I have wrestled with the grieving process. I sincerely hope to share my perspective here to create a spark of hope and acceptance for you. It is a long, and perhaps never-ending, journey through the 5 stages of grief. Hopefully, this advice can help you and your loved ones navigate the grieving process. Be kind to yourself, and your emotional waves. Give yourself grace and compassion. Give love, grace, and space to your

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MBA Survivor Advice

MBA Advice

So, you are considering going back to school to get your MBA. Let me share my experiences with grad school. I worked for Deloitte Consulting in DC for four years right after finishing my undergrad studies in math and computer science at Boston College. After my first year, I decided I wanted to go to Georgetown to get my M.S. in Computer Science (and play 3 more years of college ultimate frisbee). The most important questions that Deloitte asked me in the process were “what do you want to be able to do in a few years with a master’s

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College Freshman Investing Advice

Prof Malloy asked several friends for any college freshman investing advice they would give to a college freshman who is interested in learning about the basics of investing. Here are several responses and book recommendations to help students learn about investing. Disclaimer: these are people’s personal opinions (anonymized) and none of this is certified financial planner advice.   Quick answer as I’m sitting with my coffee Is to tell them to go buy the book, The Richest Man in Babylon. That is the best summary of the fundamentals to saving and investing. With that foundation set they can get more

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5 Stages of Grief

Grief

There are a lot of reasons you may be grieving. Everyone grieves differently and at their own pace. My mom passed away on September 4, 2021, and I have wrestled

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MBA Survivor Advice

MBA Advice

So, you are considering going back to school to get your MBA. Let me share my experiences with grad school. I worked for Deloitte Consulting in DC for four years

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