a long slog in the mud
Being a founder of a startup, building a company or whatever term you want to use seems like a long slog in the mud. Then to make it worse instead of having your boots on, you have on your shower shoes.
It is also like having 4th down from your own one yard line. With one second on the clock. You have not gained over 10 yards in one play all . . .
podcasting editing hell
This week has been podcast editing hell for cavnessHR. We significantly underestimated the time required to edit these podcasts. We didn't realize how often people use space fillers, repeat the same word over and over or breathe heavily or just make sounds that I am sure they would not want on the podcast. Plus the fact that we are using . . .
the pace is picking up and some great news
The pace for cavnessHR is picking up. As I said last time, the more we do, the more we need to do.
We did not make it to the final 8 for the Business Impact NW pitch competition. We finished 14 out of 22 on the voting part. Then the judges decided that our scores on the rubric was not high enough to over come the 14th place finish. We were . . .
sometimes the more you do, the more you have to do
This week for cavnessHR it seemed like the more we did, the more we needed to do. It also seemed sometimes that everything was going great. Then it seemed at times like everything we did was wrong.
We are in the middle of the Business Impact NW pitch competition. We are currently in the video part of the competition. Each business had to . . .
for the business impact nw pitch competition
Please vote for cavnessHR for the Business Impact NW pitch competition. You can vote once a day from August 25 to September 3 and you can vote once per day per IP address. The top 8 move on to the final 8 pitch competition.
First place receives $10,000.
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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 . . .