I’ve always thought of myself as someone who has a modern marriage. Three months into this COVID-19 situation, however, I'm starting to feel like I'm stuck in a 1950s sitcom in which my husband is a fun, lovable guy who can't wait to hang out with his male friends to get away from his nagging wife, and that I am a responsible, well-intentioned, but unlikeable wife who can't stop treating her husband like her elementary school student.
Through my conversations with other entrepreneurs and VCs, I've learned that we're not the only couple that has regressed into this dynamic.
How did we get here? More importantly, how do we get out? I recorded this podcast episode to unpack our regression.
I was optimistic that I could will myself to keep my normal pace when the smoke settled in. I think I need to take a different approach.Read more ➞
The proliferation of venture capital funds has left many VCs wondering how to deliver unique value to their portfolio companies and how to scale that value to fit their portfolio strategy. I invited Ben Capell, partner at Peterson Ventures, to join us for a candid conversation.Read more ➞
When I listened to this story about a black entrepreneur who has been unable to raise funding for his startup, it made me wonder whether the investors he pitched had given him authentic feedback.Read more ➞
After my business partner had a serious health scare 18 months ago, I started asking myself three questions every day. I've added a fourth during this pandemic.Read more ➞