Vinish Garg - Issue #5

HeyThis is for In23Hours Blog subscribers. This is part of the weekly issue with some useful readings
Vinish Garg - Issue #5
By Vinish Garg • Issue #5
This is for In23Hours Blog subscribers. This is part of the weekly issue with some useful readings on startups, customers, products, or stories. It starts today and I will send such an issue every Thursday. Cheers!
Vinish Garg, co-founder @In23Hours (@vingar)

Startups, Products
 Finding a Mentor Is Easier Than You Think | @DanMartell
When I was 26, I was on the verge of entrepreneurial collapse. My company, Spheric Technologies, was in a rapid growth phase, and I found myself in a const
Are Things Moving Faster Than In 1999? - Feld Thoughts
I spent the day yesterday doing Denver Startup Week stuff. I was on a bunch of panels and during one of the Q&A sessions someone asked something to the effect of:
What Can You Do if a VC Pulls Their Term Sheet? | Bothsides of the Table
I was asked to answer this exact question on Quora and I did so some time ago. The beauty of evergreen content is that it resurfaces all the time and it is as relevant today as it was years ago when I answered it. One of my favorite ways to resurface content is when I see people on Twitter put out a Tweet linking to an old post. Tech Tidbits did this with this Quora answer and also linked to a Pinterest board with my quote, which I love.
Unlocking the Benefits of Self-Management Without Going All In on Holacracy - First Round Review
Mike Arauz is an expert at understanding and building new systems of management. Here, he talks about how startups can break from tradition to up their productivity.
Customers, Content
Are customer experience analytics just the flavor of the month?
Customer service initiatives come and go. Customer experience analytics have recently come to the forefront, but is there staying power?
Content Strategy in Technical Communication | ContentHug
In the ContentHug conversations series, almost all the guests talk about the importance of asking questions. Why A? Why not C? Who? What if? Where? Why again? This is how content strategists setup their base to plan and bring value to the business. When I think how technical communicators generally work, there can be a lot of common ground.
Metrics Made Easy: 8 Easy-to-Use Categories and A Dozen Tools
Follow this easy-to-understand framework to identify which metrics are most important to your content marketing goals. – Content Marketing Institute
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