Your Fund Is Grossing Me Out! Jun6

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I was roughly 13 years old when I fell for Nicolas Cage in Valley Girl. Between the Modern English montage of soda sharing and late-night phone calls (on corded phones and pay phones!) and the bitchin’ clothes and slang, my tweenage heart sang just a little for Hollywood punk Randy.  In fact, if not for that movie, I doubt the phrases “Tubular!” and “Gag me with a spoon” would have ever made an appearance in my semi-rural Alabama hometown, even if the latter is what Northerners often think out loud when trying grits for the first time

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Trying For Too Much of a Good Thing? May21

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Being aware of limited resources, limited capital, and limited time to focus on key activities requires a manager to…well…manage time and resources wisely to attain maximum results on a range of fronts. There’s literally no time for managers comfortable with wading through mountains of investment data to get caught in the weeds of management minutiae

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In the Eye of the Beholder Apr17

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My April article focuses on the two different types of pitches managers must understand: to get capital to build a business, and to get capital to run as a business. I provide the important differences in content between the two, because: Framing the capital ‘ask’ conversation is vital to a new manager’s success, yet is too often an opportunity lost, as managers bog a conversation down in the myriad of technical investment details they find themselves most comfortable describing

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