Amsterdam — I’ve been part of the Hub’s 60 day challenge - a program for startups. And it was here, on the last few days, that I realized that I had been stuck in fear - fear of validating my assumptions, since somehow I already knew there wouldn’t be great results. I was scared that if my original business idea fell apart, everything would fall apart. But suddenly (after 58 days) I realized that main driver...
Amsterdam — After posting this dramatic sketch last week I decided to take a breather before I extended the moment. What happened was dramatic in my eyes, it started with my marketing intern telling me she had f...
Amsterdam — I was pretty jealous by some pictures here at Hi.. people working in the sun and yummy food… My day has been a combination of relaxing and annoying moments. 10am: Packing my things and passport, w...
Amsterdam — It is certainly surreal, after 10 months, a business-model failure, and tons of patience, today I visited my first client to give my first real recommendations. Even though my client is part of a pil...
A Starbuks morning
Hours after I found out someone took my business idea- I sat behind a tree in the park and cried.
Startup Weekend Chch 2014 Follow up event at Epic
Well, it's not that bad. Not that bad at all...
Here I am trying to build a startup. Not sure if this is what I am or what I want to do.
"Why not use my wall as a whiteboard?" I thought - and I did.
Kickstarter's original office, soon to be a co-working and event space. Ah the beginnings!
All in one van, the essentials of a man who forever inspired my life with creative confidence
Trying to find an equilibrium - and wondering what happens when you slip and fall.
BeaglesLoft opening party!
A coffee to settle down the excitement of visiting our first client
Coffee, tea, coffee... Starting to work again!
Almost at the end of the Hub's 60 day challenge, finally realized where I got stuck in my business-model
Just testing and story telling my daily life : moving (boxes), cycling and skateboarding.
Waiting for a client and discovering new places.
The start-up roller coaster... Not exactly for the faint of heart.
Networking with dogs - continuation of the startup adventure.
Start up boost moment!
Starting a new business can be chaotic. I use different tools to remind myself of my to-do's
Every entrepreneur should stop once and day, look in the mirror, and ask "what would Walter White do?" (WWWWD)