Monthly Archives: June 2011

Imagineering

During the Chicago Innovation Awards kick-off reception at the Landmark Grill earlier this month, I finally met a real live representative from the Disney Institute. No big deal, just a life-long goal of mine. Having traveled to Walt Disney World … Continue reading

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Step Zero

When I took “Step Zero” by quitting my cushy corporate job last year to work full time on a tech startup, I was certain about only one thing: with careful planning and support, the rewards of this venture would far … Continue reading

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Important People think MentorMob is Best New Concept material (!)

There’s a time for Humility, and a time for Arrogance. And right now, it’s time for Arrogance. MentorMob just won the Illinois Technology Association’s Best New Concept award at their annual CityLIGHTS gala. Pretty impressive, right? BUT WHAT DOES IT … Continue reading

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Postponed Due to Tornadoes

Guest columnist and MentorMob developer James recalls the decision to work full time for a start up, and the endless suffering he has consequently endured. The second time I ever spoke to our fearless co-founder Vince, it was over the … Continue reading

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