3 Key Lessons Learned from Our Kickstarter Campaign

By |August 4th, 2015|

Wow!

Kickstarter campaigns are amazing for compressing everything you need to do to launch your product into one short, crazy, wild ride full of lessons to learn. And boy did we learn a lot.
And we’re excited about what comes next.
Thank you for believing in us and helping make this Kickstarter campaign a worthy adventure!

Not meeting the […]

Playing Games to Startup Your New Business Venture

By |May 28th, 2015|

 
“The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct.”  – Carl Jung
The startup process has become too serious.

True, a lot can be at stake when you spend much of your free time (and then maybe all your time) trying to make something new come to life. And for […]

Aha! Moments

By |April 4th, 2015|

What are Aha! moments?
Do you pay attention to your Aha! moments?  You should. Do you know how to tell when you’ve had one? Do you even know what an Aha! moment is?  It’s a lot more than one of Oprah’s pithy phrases to help market her lifestyle brand. There’s strong science that shows these moments […]

#GamerGate and Entrepreneurship

By |November 4th, 2014|

The dynamics of #GamerGate are disturbing when considered in the light of entrepreneurship generally.
When your idea or new approach slams up against the wall of resistance in an existing industry, does that create a moment of disruption opportunity? Or does it create a backlash that slows the entire industry down? When you come up against […]

#GamerGate & The Future

By |November 4th, 2014|

So – I’ve been doing a lot of reading – and – I’m not going to lie – I’m disturbed.   First, let me just say – I’ve grown up on games.  I’ve played most recognizable forms of games and frankly – I completely love every last damned one of them.  I’m not just an […]

Vidur MonstR – the Wise and Skilled

By |October 8th, 2013|

The Story of Vidur – the Wise and Skilled
Have you ever walked for 5000 kilometers? I always wondered how the Gurus could walk so far. What was the motivation to walk one third the length of the land. I wonder if we take pilgrimages into the right perspective. But there is something shockingly beautiful about […]

Moran MonstR – The Wiley Hunter

By |October 3rd, 2013|

The Story of Moran – how Adedayo came to be the Hunter
It has been many years. I remember running, quickly, across a plain – trying to stay ahead. There was a stampede behind me. It was critical that I make many decisions at once. There was no time to make a mistake and try again, […]

Forza Italia! Forza MonstR!

By |October 2nd, 2013|

The Story of Forza…
Entrepreneurs: Keep Calm and Be a Force of Nature
You know – it’s been a long time since I was asked how I got the nickname Forza. Sometimes I forget that not everyone really speaks Italian. Surprisingly, most of the world does not. How is this possible? It is the mother language of […]