Ever since starting The Rockstar Foundation at the back end of 2009, it's been quite a bit of a struggle to get to sustainability. Whilst we're doing great work (and the two girls we are funding / helping at the moment are absolutely flourishing), it's been hard to find the time
First time here? Start with the hits:
If you're validating your (startup) idea, this is the ultimate method.
Because it's a rollercoaster-like life as an entrepreneur.
Every sale and every relationship with a customer starts with you helping them.
Pressing pause on a startup is the hardest thing I've ever done.
Since launching the One Percent Project almost a month ago today, we've managed to get the project to 84% funding with all of your amazing help. For that, I'd like to thank you sincerely on behalf of the whole Radiiate & Rockstar Foundation team; without your help this would not
Having teased this little project last week, I'm so excited to launch it: The One Percent Project. All of us uses our computers all day long and I bet that most of us normally can't wait to upgrade our computer setups to the latest tech (rewarding ourselves for our hard
A little teaser for a new project launching next week, as a result of a collaboration between Radiiate & Rockstar Foundation. (You can also see more teasers here.)
I know I've been really quiet with regards to the things we're working on at the Foundation, but it is really a result of being a terribly busy patch of my life (which doesn't look likely to stop before end-of-year). That said, I'm excited as ever about the Foundation and
I’m trying to drum up a little support for The Rockstar Foundation with a bit of a challenge that everyone that follows me: I’ll match every $1 that is donated to the Foundation for the rest of the month. Take me up on that.
I’ve often wondered whether anyone else considered why I would be involved with a charity such as The Rockstar Foundation, as perhaps the business / entrepreneur persona versus the charitable / giving persona weren’t as obviously aligned. So I figured that I’d share a few reasons
We’re trying something new over at The Rockstar Foundation: creating a fun giveaway to hopefully generate some more donations and take the foundation closer to sustainability. What do you think of it?