November Dose of ATXnology

As entrepreneurs, we like to share all the content we can't seem to put down. We send you this content in our Quarterly Dose of ATXnology newsletter, but here's some monthly content we're loving as well. This is what we can't stop obsessing over this month. 

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Diversity and Inclusion with Erik Larson

As we continue to roll out our new original content platform: E2E, check out one of our latest posts with one of our portfolio CEOs on the effect diversity and inclusion, or lack thereof, can have on ROI.


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Thank You for Being Late

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Thomas Friedman writes his "optimist's guide to thriving in the age of accelerations," one of the greatest books we've read in years. How did we get to where we are? This book seeks to explain.


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Know Thyself, Know Thy Leader: Steps To Hiring A Successful Sales Leader

Our co-founder Mike Smerklo writes a piece for Forbes about his experience as a CEO trying to build a well-oiled sales team - and all the roadblocks he hit along the way.


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As Silicon Valley Gets ‘Crazy,’ Midwest Beckons Tech Investors

The New York Times wrote a great article that hits on something we already knew to be true: the tech scenes in Texas and the Midwest are booming, and investors are taking note.


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Why I Decided to Leave Silicon Valley for Austin

In his 'Ask Me Anything' on Reddit, thought leader Tim Ferriss goes through the thought-provoking reasons why he relocated to Austin, sparking a conversation among Reddit users on the trend.


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