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Dave Bailey
Series A CEO Coach, serial entrepreneur, former VC, angel investor. Featured in VentureBeat, Inc, Business Insider, Time.
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Dave Bailey Dec 9
has a worthwhile Monday newsletter.
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Dave Bailey Dec 8
Replying to @danmartell
Thanks for the share, Dan. One of my clients forwarded me your videos—it's great stuff! Let's connect some time.
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Dave Bailey Dec 8
Replying to @MrGregZen
Thanks Greg! Loving it!
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Dave Bailey Nov 15
Thanks Ben. Pleasure to meet you and continued success with Bitwala!
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Dave Bailey Nov 12
Replying to @jessicraige
Here too. A great example of solitude: the absence of other people's ideas.
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Dave Bailey Oct 31
Check out my latest article: How to Get Investors to Actually Read Your Updates via
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Dave Bailey Oct 4
Hi Dave! Nice to meet you. Would you be interested in selling your Twitter handle?
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Dave Bailey Sep 20
What can you offer someone who already reaches your customers that costs you nothing?
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Dave Bailey Sep 20
Someone needs to be looking after marketing at your startup from Day One
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Dave Bailey Sep 19
When your team come to you with a problem, it's a powerful approach to say, ‘Uff, that sounds tough—are you okay?' rather than jumping immediately to the solution.
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Dave Bailey Sep 19
Check out my latest article: The Art of Balancing Short-term Results and Long-Term Investments via
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Dave Bailey Sep 18
Solving problems helps people connect with their purpose, continuously learn new things, and stay in control of their own destiny.
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Dave Bailey Sep 18
Ignore opinions completely -- stick to the facts when you're making product decisions.
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Dave Bailey Sep 17
If you want your product to be shared by word of mouth, then you must accept that it will likely pass from person to person as a single sentence.
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Dave Bailey Sep 17
Share your vision with investors, your team, potential customers, and other stakeholders to help them get as excited about the future as you are.
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Dave Bailey Sep 16
Remember, great communication isn't just about what you say, it's about what other people hear.
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Dave Bailey Sep 16
If you want to win as a founder, you need to be able to create something.
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Dave Bailey Sep 15
The root cause of missed releases and slow progress is seldom a lack of effort. More often than not, it's because the team hasn't implemented Scrum properly.
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Dave Bailey Sep 15
When you're developing a product, remember that it takes time and a lot of iteration to arrive at something minimal and simple.
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Dave Bailey Sep 14
No-one else is better equipped to take decisions about my business than me. And to make better decisions, I need to better inform myself.
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