My grandfather had a saying, “If you chase too many rabbits at the same time you will end up with none.” I’ve come to agree with him. With rise of...
The number one question I am getting from employers these days is how to handle employee requests for exemptions from mask and vaccine mandates. Now that Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther has issued an executive order mandating mask usage...
I have received pitch decks, mentored founders, and spoken with entrepreneurs who claim that no one is solving the problem they are. This fact always comes with great enthusiasm. If I don’t share their enthusiasm, they either...
COVID has given us a lot of new experts. Most obviously, there are now millions of epidemiologists in this country. There are an awful lot of HIPAA experts emerging as well. “Reasonable accommodation” is poised to be next as more...
Investor funding is great, but it isn’t nearly as good as customer funding. Internal funding is also great, but that too doesn’t hold a candle to customer funding. If you really want the pressure to execute and...
Few workplace legal issues have received more attention – or have been more dynamic – in recent years than discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and/or gender identity. It is a topic with a lot of moving legal...
Founders should be optimistic or what’s the point, right? But founders also should assume their current plan is wrong. They just don’t know why - yet. Being a founder is one big dichotomy -...
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