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Who’s Wearing the Pants in the Den?

When Carley Stenson came onto the Den with her business, she clearly indicated who was in charge. Her fiesty presentation for a business with a low barrier to entry turned away four of the Dragons, but garnered her a deal from the fifth. Siams Pants, a comfortable, one-size-fits-all Thailand Fisherman’s Pant, retail for $32, and […]

Early Failure Can Impact a Career

A concern arose on one of the various question sites I frequent – a manager was hired on contract to supervise a project, which was cancelled a short time later. As a result, the contract was terminated. Normally, this would be percieved as a standard part of business as a consultant – except for this […]

Know Your Audience

I recently went to give a demonstration of a product to the owner and the head of operations at a business. The product had been a long time in development, and when I entered the presentation, it was with the knowledge that what I was showing was not complete, though certainly further advanced from the […]

Time Management and Procrastination

This article is based on a presentation I gave at Freelance Camp TO on Sunday, October 3, 2010. Hi, my name is Elie Kochman, and for the last four years, I’ve been working as a freelancer. When Rachel asked me to present this session, I was amused. I had, after all, missed the deadline for […]