Getting Started is Easier Than You Think

Last weekend I attended a business conference focused on global impact. Many of the speakers focused on entrepreneurship and best startup practices, both in the US and abroad. They shared their experiences and gave all sorts of practical business advice. They discussed how to treat your employees, how to impact the community, what investors look for, and many other topics. There was one topic that they all touched on, no matter what their focus. Every last one of them said that if you want to start something, you have to first take action. You have to take that first step with the information you currently have, even if you don’t yet have a clear picture of where you are going. I Sold a Phone Last … Read more

More Than a Book Review: A Thousand Hills to Heaven

I’ll be featuring regular book reviews on ExpatStartup with the goal of recommending books that inspire and equip you with the skills to create and grow your own expat startup. I will share stories that speak into the expat experience and/or provide the technical and soft skills needed to effectively launch a startup. Also, there are affiliate links in this post. If you click through and make a purchase, I may receive a tiny commission at no additional cost to you. Enjoy! A Thousand Hills to Heaven: Love, Hope, and a Restaurant in Rwanda By Josh Ruxin Ruxin’s book is a wonderful tale that not only explores the wonders and hardships of expat living, but also the challenges he and his wife face in starting … Read more