To Bike or Not to Bike

I love to bike. I have biked to work over the years or to school- not just K-12! As a retired triathlete, biking used to be a big part of my day (riding 200 plus miles per week). Post triathlons, biking became more difficult. Living in Colorado Springs, commuting by bicycle could be a big part of the day and strides have been made to…

Serenity Now!

We made some great progress last week. Hopefully we will be able to make an announcement soon, but for now, we have been asked to keep it quiet. I know but the point here is not how we progressed, but that all that research and work in 2019 is beginning to deliver results. Running a startup is like running a science lab. Hypothesis, execute, review…

Look It Up!

  As you know from previous posts, we have undertaken a process to continue learning. There are a lot of free resources and platforms that make this easier today than any other time in history. As we have done this, including just completing a Kaufmann Fellows/ Techstars course (excellent by the way), we have found a “hack” we wanted to share. A “hack” may be…

Begin with the User in Mind

As I mentioned in previous posts, it is truly amazing how much one can learn if you are focused. As we get ready to launch F3TCH, we have done a lot of research, not just on how we do our thing, but on how we should do our thing. Without getting into the weeds of it, we are pursuing a blockchain approach to ensure USER…

Data, Research & Data

We love data. When you build something new, truly new, not a new type of model with a new color or a slightly different design, you lean on data and research. So the idea we began to patent in 2015 is now becoming more of a “thing” in the industry. Deloitte just issued its new 2019 Travel & Hospitality Industry Outlook hospitality report and when…

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