update on the progress of cavnessHR
Another busy week at cavnessHR.
We went to the Seattle Public Library and received help from Jay Lymon - twitter @jaylyman in putting together the market research for cavnessHR. This was one of the requirements for the BusinessImpactNW pitch competition. We could not of done this without his help.
We continued to make . . .
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there is always something to do
The above video symbolizes how cavnessHR "crushed it" this past week.
One big item I believe for someone to do if they are starting a business is to continually learn. This week I did this by reading the book Angel by Jason Calacanis. www.calacanis.com The book is written from the perspective of enticing more people to . . .
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Follow my startup journey on Snapchat. I will cover how I am building cavnessHR, startups, small business, tech and of course HR.
What has been going on with cavnessHR and going all in with cavnessHR
This past week as been a busy one for cavnessHR and for myself. At my place of employment Highline College, I was blindsided and informed that my contract as the HR Director would not be renewed. At Highline College if you are an exempt employee you serve on an annual contract. I had no idea this would happen and I was not given a . . .
sometimes things just work out for you
In my previous blogs I talked about my search for a CTO. In this blog, I will talk about how I am building cavnessHR without one. I also did lots of research on if a startup even needs a CTO.
As part of starting cavnessHR, I go to startup networking events. At these events, you learn about various other startups. One such networking event is . . .
it has been a continual process
In my last blog I talked about my struggles with finding a CTO. In this blog I will talk about how I went about looking for a CTO. I believe everyone knows how important having a CTO is when building a startup. For a better view of the role of a CTO in a startup, please watch the video.
Around October of 2016, I realized . . .
hint - I am still looking
In my last blog, I covered my mid-point review and said in this blog I would give an update on what has been going on with cavnessHR since the beginning of the year.
I am going to change that to me using the next several blogs to provide updates on the last 6 months of cavnessHR. Once I have provided those updates. I will then . . .