1. SpinBrush inventor John Osher cites 17 mistakes that hurt startups
  2. Serial entrepreneur and startup guru Steve Blank discusses the implications of different types of business models and market attributes for startup management
  3. Startup 101, a book available online from ReadWriteWeb COO Bernard Lunn, addresses many topics listed below related to team dynamics, fundraising, etc.
  4. Sequoia on elements of a great business plan
  5. Highland Capital on writing a business plan
  6. Jason Cohen offers six questions that startup CEOs should ask themselves regularly
  7. I wish I’d known…” advice from entrepreneurs from Under30CEO.com
  8. Eric Reis on handling fear as an entrepreneur
  9. Jordan Cooper: 35 attributes that entrepreneurs require
  10. Eric Ries on when to release your first product; how to manage a business model transition; and what startup CEOs can learn from Steve Jobs
  11. Lessons for first-time entrepreneurs from Matt Mireless
  12. Ben Horowitz on why big company execs struggle in startups and why he prefers to invest in founder-CEOs</a>
  13. Term sheet tune-up tips from VentureHacks
  14. Entrepreneur and startup mentor David Rose explains how to pitch a VC in this TED Talk. Rose is CEO of AngelSoft, a platform that provides web-based planning tools for angel investors and entrepreneurs
  15. TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington on public relations in Silicon Valley
  16. HubSpot co-founder and CTO Dharmesh Shah on the dangers of partnering with big firms, on tactical tips for startup marketing, and on building a sales team
  17. Fred Wilson on challenges in product and engineering as startups scale
  18. LinkedIn CEO Reid Hoffman’s criteria for making angel investments
  19. Brad Feld on standardized seed financing documents
  20. Tips on going viral from Irata Labs CEO Chris Abad


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