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Cars & Capital: It Takes a Team

Continuing the NASCAR theme, today’s blog touches on the subjects of control (keeping drivers in the driver’s seat) and teamwork (a sponsor vs. a team). Any experienced driver will tell you that the secret to successful racing is “power under control” – determining that delicate balance...

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Organization to Owner: “It’s Not You, It’s Your MONEY” (Part 5 of 5)

In Part 1 of this of this series, we leveraged the cliché “It’s Not You, It’s Me” as a metaphor, drawing a direct parallel between the dynamics of evolving human relationships and the strikingly similar and inevitable changes in the relationship between entrepreneurs and...

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Organization to Owner: “It’s Not You, It’s Your MODEL” (Part 4 of 5)

In Part 1 of this of this series, we leveraged the cliché “It’s Not You, It’s Me” as a metaphor, drawing a direct parallel between the dynamics of evolving human relationships and the strikingly similar and inevitable changes in the relationship between entrepreneurs and...

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Organization to Owner: “It’s Not You, It’s Your MANAGEMENT” (Part 3 of 5)

In Part 1 of this of this series, we leveraged the cliché “It’s Not You, It’s Me” as a metaphor, drawing a direct parallel between the dynamics of evolving human relationships and the strikingly similar and inevitable changes in the relationship between entrepreneurs and...

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Organization to Owner: “It’s Not You, It’s Your MARKET” (Part 2 of 5)

In Part 1 of this of this series, we leveraged the cliché “It’s Not You, It’s Me” as a metaphor, drawing a direct parallel between the dynamics of evolving human relationships and the strikingly similar and inevitable changes in the relationship between entrepreneurs and...

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Organization to Owner: “It’s Not You, It’s Me” (Part 1 of 5)

Rather than enduring another bland Ohio State football game, at least one Evolution Capital Partner spent the first Saturday of autumn enjoying Rob Reiner’s seasonal classic When Harry Met Sally, a “coming of middle-age” movie, set amidst a backdrop of beautiful fall foliage, and...

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To Reach Mars or the Marketplace – Second Stage is Key

Last Friday, the sun over California was blocked out for a moment, as an enormous Boeing 747 jetliner took a leisurely, low-altitude victory lap up and down the west coast.  Affixed to the roof of this behemoth was the Endeavour, NASA’s sixth and final...

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No Man’s Land is No Day at the Beach

According to AAA, over 33 million Americans used the long Labor Day weekend to travel at least 50 miles from home, representing a 2.9% increase from 2011.  Like Leatherback turtles returning to their nesting grounds, the misty call of the salty sea-air  – combined...

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What Tennis Pros Can Teach CEOs About Corporate Strategy

With summer camps and swimming pools all poised to close down for the summer, it’s nice to know that at least one popular pastime will soon be open for business. On Monday August 27th the US Open kicked off their annual competition featuring the...

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