(Editors note: Ocassionally, we feature the Blogs and writings of local authors, Computing Center clients and others.)
Zach Shulman (the one who plays soccer) is a partner at Cayuga Venture Fund, teaches at the Johnson School of Management at Cornell, and is also the Director of Entrepreneurship@Cornell. He maintains a Blog called Ithaca VC in which he writes about business, the local world of venture capital, and startups. www.ithacavc.com Here is a Blog entry that warms the heart of anyone who owns their own business, runs an organization, or dreams about doing so!
The other day I was guest lecturing in a class and described running a startup to be like swimming in a Shawshank River. There is a constant flow of problems building a company, but at the end be salvation!
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