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Dharmesh Shah
Entrepreneur. Founder/CTO inbound marketing and sales SaaS and startup blogger at .
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Wil Reynolds Sep 17
Came across this oldie but goodie from How To Keep Your Title From Holding You Back
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There are only two times investing in bold experiments is hard: 1) When things are going well ("we have so many high-value projects to work on!") 2) When things are going poorly ("we have so many problems to fix!")
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Dharmesh Shah Sep 17
Have heard Dr. Livingston speak at HubSpot before and it was one of my favorites. This promises to be amazing too. Trust me.
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Dharmesh Shah Sep 17
Good stuff. I like the idea of a "scout team" instead of an "innovation team".
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Joel Gascoigne Sep 14
People are starting to really care about companies having heart. The mentality of maximizing growth at any cost will in fact no longer maximize growth. Customers and the community see through it. They want companies that do good in the world and do right by their team.
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Eoghan McCabe Sep 14
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Dharmesh Shah Sep 14
Congrats!
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Eric Paley Sep 14
"If customers are your most effective marketers and you shortchange them to eek out a few extra growth points at the end of the quarter, doesn’t that become devastating to your long-term trajectory?" -
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Sharyn Inzunza Sep 12
If content doesn’t cost you anything, it isn’t worth anything via
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Dharmesh Shah Sep 14
It's a tough thing to measure, "quirkiness". My guess is you're probably right, Google is quirkier. That lends comfort, because it means we can get even more quirky and there's *still* some precedence for success. Quirky doesn't kill. Hubris does.
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Dharmesh Shah Sep 14
Thanks for the kind words. You can fault for many things, but having a team that doesn't care is not one of them. We are passionately committed to the success of our customers.
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Dharmesh Shah Sep 13
Amazing visualization of what the results of could be. A useful application of Augmented Reality.
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Dharmesh Shah Sep 12
Cool idea -- buy a home and help build a home for a family in need.
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Lindsay Kopit Sep 12
HubSpot Proudly Sponsors the 2018 Grace Hopper Celebration
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Adam Grant Sep 12
Insecure leaders seek to be dominant, and stoke fear. Confident leaders seek to be respected, and earn trust. Courageous leaders seek to be challenged, and earn admiration.
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Dharmesh Shah Sep 12
Hmm. The Apple store website is down. I wonder what's going on. 🤔
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Jon Dick Sep 11
It’s rare that I read a presentation and yell “YES!” slide after slide after slide. This, my friends, is the path of truth & justice in how to grow a business (see the end for HubSpot’s report card and how we can do better)
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Dharmesh Shah Sep 11
Someone says something negative about someone else and adds "...and I mean that in the nicest way possible." I think: You should expand your horizons for what's possible.
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Dharmesh Shah Sep 11
Replying to @AndyGCook @ProductHunt
Congrats on the launch!
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