CategoryGuest Post

The Point of Maximum Ignorance: Guest Post by Colleen Reidelbach


I have one more guest post that came in at the tail end of my maternity leave. I read Colleen’s post a few weeks ago and the opening paragraph really stuck with me.  Every year I reflect on the prior year and get slightly embarrassed by what I didn’t know. I view this as a positive thing. It means that I’m immersing myself in situations where I have the chance to grow and learn...

Does Perfect Exist: Guest Post by Ben Olsen


I love when I see financial firms create valuable digital content.  You can check out the DVS blog: Dealmaking Demystified for more M&A related information. Keep up the great works Ben and team.  – Danielle Now, to today’s Guest ROND Report, which should be the last before I’m back: Topic of the Week: Does Perfect Exist? Do you remember the first time you experienced your...

Three Types of Trust: Guest Post by Kris Kelso


The premise of today’s topic will never become obsolete or outdated. Trust is always crucial to develop and keep in order to build a successful business / career.  Thanks for sharing, Kris. – Danielle Now, to today’s Guest ROND Report: Topic of the Week: Three Types of Trust One of the most important ingredients of a healthy relationship (whether personal or professional) is...

Becoming a Fast-Growth Company: Guest Post by Zac Litwack


I owe an extra thank you to Zac for not only writing a guest post, but for being an invaluable advisor to me as I launched and experimented with the ROND Report over the last year.  Thanks for the always candid and spot-on marketing advice, Zac.   – Danielle Now, to today’s Guest ROND Report: Topic of the Week: Becoming a Fast-Growth Company Unlike Danielle, I don’t offer innovative...

Float Before You Think: Guest Post by Dan McCarthy


I’m so intrigued by today’s topic. I can’t wait to try it out for myself –  Danielle Now, to today’s Guest ROND Report: Topic of the Week: Float Before You Think Are my eyes opened or closed? Does it matter? With every sense neutralized, I’m left only with my thoughts. After the fidgeting stopped, I felt my body supported by the brackish water – twice as much salt as...

Guest Post By Andrew Goldner: Cap Tables


Topic of the Week: Cap Tables Hi Everyone, Andrew Goldner here. With Danielle busy increasing our population by one (congrats, Danielle!), I’ve stepped in with a guest post. I’m a Founding Partner of GrowthX, a Silicon Valley seed-stage venture capital fund. At GrowthX, we believe founders shouldn’t have to leave their homes to build great companies. That’s why we’re investing heavily outside of...

Danielle O'Rourke

Recovering Investor. Mom. Wife.

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