Sorry I’ve not been around much recently – another Demo Day with 17 startups tomorrow afternoon (Tuesday 1st March). You are very welcome if you’d like to come watch and potentially invest in any early stage tech startups? Or even just find like-minded folks, doing interesting work that may require portfolio workers.
I’m always happy to introduce folks if you want to meet.
See which TPC members you can spot too!
Ping me if you want the link …
If you would like to attend EMEA’s Xoogler Demo Day, tomorrow afternoon, where I will present 13 exGoogler founded startups, then here’s the link: https://forms.gle/yRg3AZTGEdMTE8Df7
Great little list to bookmark – to make filing taxes in the UK – a little less painful… 😉
If you are finding time juggling full time work with kicking off your portfolio career, then this may be a good short link for tips 🙂
Duncan Dalzel-Job and the wider community 🙂
Just had the privilege of hearing this amazing lady talk.
Basically, she posited:
We can’t go back to the office. Ever.
The bonds are broken. New patterns are better, and going backwards never works. We should plan to never return.
It will in fact be harder to return to the old world order, than it was to progress to more flexible home working, particularly now we have adapted.
CEOs always liked getting brainpower into the building, but was it ever successful?
The data says no. People aren’t productive in offices – they create communities to replicate the home they left behind and only tend to actively WORK 3-4hrs per day. When WFH like we are now, people work more adaptively around their personal lives, remaining connected to what needs to be done both in the home, and the office, over 15hrs/day. Productive business work tends to be between 6-8hrs. Now that the shif…
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