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Dharmesh Shah
Entrepreneur. Founder/CTO inbound marketing and sales SaaS and startup blogger at .
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Dharmesh Shah 22h
This is a pretty good thesis.
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Brian Halligan Mar 23
I admire people who make career decisions that are focused on making them the most happy rather than making them them to most money.
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 24
One thing I've learned is to never say "can't be fully automated". Better stated as "can't be economically automated yet". ML = Maybe Later
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Innovation Leader Mar 23
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Dave Pell Mar 22
Barr keeps promise for transparency. Here’s the report.
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 22
Always great to talk to HubSpot customers, partners and advocates. And skeptics too -- especially the skeptics.
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Youngme Moon Mar 21
One of the best gifts you can give your child is a happy parent who loves life. Liberate your kids from your anxieties.
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 22
Thrilled will be speaking at INBOUND19. He's a brilliant speaker and a long-time friend. Hope to see you there.
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Rene Reinsberg Mar 19
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 19
I can't even govern a small dinner meeting let alone a country. 😀 I appreciate the "vote" of confidence though.
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 19
It's not just what cynics believe -- it's what they don't believe that makes them topic. They don't believe that any good is possible. Different from skeptics, who often poke at things to try and make them better.
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 18
That might warrant you creating your own . But in the meantime, I'd tag it "Just so you know, I got this cold outreach, but no action/response is necessary".
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 18
Thanks, Wade! Glad you've found it so useful. Sometimes, the simplest things are the most effective.
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 18
Shared for the first time from the internal HubSpot Wiki: FlashTags: A Simple Hack For Conveying Context Without Confusion
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 17
Dear hotel people (hoteliers?): The remote control for the TV should be on the nightstand NOT by the TV. Thank you.
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 17
Very true. Also, it doesn't matter how well you communicate the idea if you can't find a way to create something that manifests the idea. You have to go from abstract idea to concrete implementation.
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 17
One of my favorite weeks of the year. We learn so much at these, including how much we don't know.
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Nicholas Kristof Mar 16
In these painful times, here's a story that will make your heart sing. A homeless boy named Tani living in a shelter was just named New York State chess champion. He's a reminder that talent is universal even if opportunity is not.
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 15
"Give me a moment, I just need to reboot my shoes..."
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Dharmesh Shah Mar 15
Rule 1: When in doubt, just make the product measurably better for the customer. Rule 2: Always be in doubt.
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