Reblogs Digest – Feb 13th

Every other day I come across blogs, articles & other published works that inspire, inform, challenge & influence the entrepreneur in me. These inspiring works that are from all kinds of disciplines/general knowledge, are what I put up in the Reblog segment. ALL credit/copyright in this segment is attributed to the acknowledged owners. Be inspired, just as I have been.

Photo Credit: Susanne Nilsson | Flickr

Photo Credit: Susanne Nilsson | Flickr

1) Goodbye SkyMall

Yet another retail giant falls to disruption in emerging technology. SkyMall’s recent bankruptcy filing makes the case for constant innovation & what happens when you get too comfortable.

2) Pounding the Path: Vimal Shah

With a company labelled the ‘Unilever of Africa’, Vimal Shah beat all odds to succeed. One of my biggest FMCG role models.

3) Sweet Spot for African Private Equity: Smaller Deals

I’ve always believed that African PE has it’s milk & honey land in smaller deals. “Moving down the deal size spectrum into smaller markets reveals an abundance of opportunity.”

4) Suicide: Hello darkness, my old friend

Many of us walking the hard, entrepreneurial path secretly wrestle with depression & suicide. We can never feel safe enough to talk about it. A powerful piece for you, from a voice battling the same.

5) Building Online Relationships Into Meaningful Networks

In a social world, online skills are do or die for the entrepreneur.

6) Are You A Startup Amateur?

Ever read an article that just sunk to the deepest part of you? Daniel Mumby did that for me on this short but thoughtful post for startup newbies.

Victor Muthoka

Lover of God, children & arts, Apple fanboy, Amazon kindle die hard, closet geek, tech enthusiast, entrepreneur, tree hugger and a voracious reader

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