“If I knew what I know now about starting a company I would never have done it.” However once you have been successful its something you want to repeat over and over…more

Jason Kaber

Jason is a Bay Area Entrepreneur providing small companies and organizations consulting services to increase sales and market exposure.

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“Historically if you surveyed some angels they would say the team is about 50% of the deal. From my experience it is all about team – say 90%”

~ Gary Ritner – Founder Puget Sound Venture Club

“If I had asked the public what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse”

— Henry Ford



 Most conducive to a favorable outcome; best.
  1. “the optimum childbearing age”
    synonyms: (the) best, (the) best of, (the) most favorable, (the) most advantageous,ideal, perfect, prime, optimal, model; More

  1. 1.
    the most favorable conditions or level for growth, reproduction, or success.




gerund or present participle: narrowcasting

Spreading an advertising or content message or signal over a small geographical area, or to a select group of audience. Narrowcasting uses cable television, direct mail, specialized trade publications, seminars, and keyword-associated web advertising and blog sites. Its objective is to deliver custom-tailored ads and content based on demographic, psychographic, and past buying patterns to potential recipients who are predisposed to it.

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def: A person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on greater than normal financial risks in order to do so.


Def: To make it right with the ancestors, or to make right with the people with whom you have relationships.

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Def: To rise, as the sun



aw-ren-duh, oh-ren

Def: A supernatural force believed by the Iroquois Indians to be present, in varying degrees, in all objects or persons, and to be the spiritual force by which human accomplishment is attained or accounted for.


1902; coined by U.S. ethnologist J.N.B. Hewitt from the supposed Huron cognate of Mohawk orę́˙naʔ inherent power (akin to karę́˙naʔ song; compare Seneca oęnǫʔ power, song with power, kaęnǫʔ song)

‘The startup advantage is that you can build for a small, but growing market, while big companies wait around till the market is all grown.’