5 Ways to Handle Startup Investor Objections

Investor objections are a common hurdle to overcome for startups. Here are five ways to handle them! 1- Preemptively address investor objections While it may seem counter-intuitive, the best way to handle investor objections is to preemptively address them. Think about what the objections investors could have about your startup- this include things like having… Continue reading 5 Ways to Handle Startup Investor Objections

Am I Qualified To Be a Startup Founder?

So many entrepreneurs fail to launch due to self-doubt. Please understand, it is normal and it happens to the best of us. You don’t want to be confused. It isn’t necessary to be an expert in everything.  Am I Qualified To Be a Startup Founder? YES, You are qualified!  A founder leading a startup is… Continue reading Am I Qualified To Be a Startup Founder?

What is the Role of a CTO in an Early Stage Startup?

I talked to countless early-stage startups looking to hire a Chief Technology Officer. Many entrepreneurs just don’t understand the role of CTO in an early-stage startup. In a growing company, the role of Chief Technical Officer is somewhat defined. But in the case of an early-stage startup, the role of a CTO is often evolving… Continue reading What is the Role of a CTO in an Early Stage Startup?

The Ultimate Guide to Selling Your Startup Idea to Investors

Are you an aspiring entrepreneur with a brilliant startup idea, but struggling to secure the necessary funding to bring it to fruition? This article serves as the ultimate startup guide to selling your startup idea to investors. We’ll explore the key steps you need to take to craft a compelling pitch deck, prepare due diligence… Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Selling Your Startup Idea to Investors

Are you an Entrepreneur or Wantrepreneur?

Ever hear someone say “Hey! That was my idea”? Anyone can have an idea, but how it’s executed is ultimately what matters. Wantaprenuers initially discuss ideas with a lot of zeal, but excitement and interest rapidly taper off. In the end, nothing is produced and ideas are never executed. The saddest part of being a wantrepreneur is a lack of follow-through. So what defines… Continue reading Are you an Entrepreneur or Wantrepreneur?

The Crisis of Mid-Career Entrepreneurs

We started iScripts.com in 2005, offering just a few software scripts to build online businesses. Early on, we weren’t exactly sure who would need our products but concluded that target customers would be webmasters managing several websites. Our software made the process easier for them by cutting down on time and effort needed to build… Continue reading The Crisis of Mid-Career Entrepreneurs