Starting out as a new entrepreneur can be a daunting proposition.
Over the past 4 years I've created 6 ventures, some of which I've sold off or handed over to others to run, some of which have failed miserably, and some of which have been successful.
I've taught entrepreneurship at Northeastern University in Boston for the past 3 years and helped entrepreneurs with everything from business validation, customer discovery, and business modeling, to go to market strategy, pitch work, getting press, and getting seed funding.
Besides having pitched investors and raising money myself, I've helped 7 startups get funded.
Whether you're working on a specific plan or document, or you are looking to organize your team or your daily routine, it's worth taking a few minutes to "sharpen your saw" so the time and money you invest in your venture pays off.