Tag: Entrepreneurship

China Is Not Bullish On The U.S. Economy

China Is Not Bullish On The U.S. Economy

Mainland China is not bullish on the U.S. Economy. China's U.S. Treasury holdings have generally declined since 2013 from a peak of approximately $1.32 Trillion (Nov-2013) to $1.07 Trillion as of Jul-2020. Charts and graphs are at the article's end Both the U.S. and China have interventionist fiscal and monetary policy. The difference is that … Continue reading China Is Not Bullish On The U.S. Economy

Founder CEOs: Creators vs. Builders

Founder CEOs: Creators vs. Builders

Every founder CEO begins as a “creator”. Not every founder CEO graduates from “creator” to “builder”.  Creators eventually self-implode (Elon Musk, Tesla and Travis Kalanick, Uber) whereas other founders are able to scale over the long-term. For example, Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos are builders (We provide a list of Builder CEOs … Continue reading Founder CEOs: Creators vs. Builders

Movement & The Entrepreneur: A Conversation with Greg Walls of PE28

Often the best advice one could give an entrepreneur is to "just do it". "It" could be an idea/project/NewCo or it could be a discreet task. As entrepreneurs our business is our baby. As such, we want perfection. Perfection - while a noble aspiration - is not practical. Entrepreneurs must take action with imperfect information … Continue reading Movement & The Entrepreneur: A Conversation with Greg Walls of PE28