Lean In offers great advice if you’re an employed mother with a supportive spouse. But what about female founders who are still looking for that understanding partner? “Bitterness can be felt by single founders getting preached at by corporate married women,” writes Ellie Cachette.
Debunking the three biggest dating myths in San Francisco.
By Heather Payne (Head of Sales and Marketing, Pinpoint Social)
Date an entrepreneur. Date a girl who spends her money on iPads and web apps instead of trips to the mall. A girl who doesn’t mind being told that her idea isn’t going to catch on. One who’s kept a running list of things she’s wanted to change since she was a kid.
By Dana Kanze (Co-Founder & CEO, Moonit)
I’ve heard the (annoying) phrase time and time again, “If you knew just how hard it is to start a company, you’d never do it.” True, but what’s the fun in that?
A few years ago, my co-founder and I waded out of our respective mind-sucking finance jobs and into the fun and exciting world of online media when we founded our company Moonit. This is just the beginning for Moonit but light years ahead of where we were last summer, when we were taking a whack-a-mole approach to our ever-growing list of pesky “cannot be replicated” bugs.