“Big companies train sales. Little companies can’t afford to train sales, but they can afford to buy and pay for sales.” — Wayne Cozad
Wayne is the principal of Cube Management. He’s a recent acquaintance, brilliant business mind, and the first member of the advisory board of my food startup.
That thing where you just knew you shouldn’t have taken on that client. And you were right.
I vow, here and now, to never ignore that nagging feeling, ever again. No matter how bad I think I need it.
My friend David Schmaltz writing at www.projectcommunity.com:
One of the systems would crash trying to process some unexpected booger in the data stream, and one of my crew would get a pre-dawn summons from the night shift operator and head into the office to get around the stall. […]
I learned that the most effective midnight debuggers didn’t really care about finding the root cause of these problems.
Read David’s full story and take-aways.