Relentless

As many founders know, the early days of a company are intertwined and almost inseparable from the personality of the founders.  This is perfectly understandable conspiring the small staff, usually just the founders, at the onset and the very personal nature of starting a business.  That changes over time and as the company grows, but even then, so long as the founders are involved and in a…

What’s Taking so Long?

We are incredibly pleased with our progress over the last two to three months.  Technical issues have been resolved and surpassed, the accelerator has been an incredibly powerful experience, and our small team is in a good place.  A frequent question that comes with regard to F3TCH runs along the following: “You guys have so much experience, contacts and know how, why is it taking you so…

NASA Back On Mission

Space. As in “out there” as James T. Kirk liked to say. I know that I am not along in finding the subject is fascinating, from light sabers to aliens popping out of your rib cage. Who knows what’s out there and there seems to be an endless journey to be undertaken. If you ever see pictures from the Hubble Telescope, you get a feel…

Mornings, It’s Always the Mornings!

Over the past few years, as I have recovered from some personal tragedies, I have read a lot.  No I mean a lot.  Granted this year was a bit more due to COVID, but according to my Kindle, and with more than two months to go in the now infamous 2020, I am at 120 titles read.  This does not include a lot of business books that I…

iPad Pro

About a year ago we decided to experiment with an iPad Pro. My old MacBook, which still works fine, was getting, well old. As in my OS was not being supported anymore and most new builds were not compatible as a result. It really is not bad service from the industry, the machine is now 10 years old. We’re cheap, what can I say? Why?…