How to meet
Being an entrepreneur          = Nonstop networking
So, if you’re not up for networking,                stop now. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.In fact, do not collect ...
PIE is designed to mediate andfacilitate collaboration. That means,   we offer up connections with incredible people with ...
Remember, you’re trading on oursocial capital. And if you fuck it up, you not only burn your bridges, you burnours. Meanin...
You’re too never too busy to meet.You’re never too busy to prepare.         You never know  where serendipity will occur.
I average 20 meetings a week.
~20 meetings x ~20 min prep             = ~One work day/week prep
Most meetings? 20 minutes
So. How do you meet?
Every meeting. Every guest speaker.        Every encounter.       Requires homework.
Google, motherfucker, do you use it?
Stalk social like its your job.        Because it is.
Use your peers.Portland is a small town.
What do you want?
What can you give?
Before they get back to work anemail should be in their inbox.
Let’s get started.
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PIE: How to Meet

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People assume they know how to have meetings. But they don't. Here are some tips and tricks to help make those meetings better for everyone in the room.

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PIE: How to Meet

  1. 1. How to meet
  2. 2. Being an entrepreneur = Nonstop networking
  3. 3. So, if you’re not up for networking, stop now. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.In fact, do not collect any money. Ever.
  4. 4. PIE is designed to mediate andfacilitate collaboration. That means, we offer up connections with incredible people with whom we have built trust.
  5. 5. Remember, you’re trading on oursocial capital. And if you fuck it up, you not only burn your bridges, you burnours. Meaning, you burn opportunities for every startup that enters PIE from here forward.
  6. 6. You’re too never too busy to meet.You’re never too busy to prepare. You never know where serendipity will occur.
  7. 7. I average 20 meetings a week.
  8. 8. ~20 meetings x ~20 min prep = ~One work day/week prep
  9. 9. Most meetings? 20 minutes
  10. 10. So. How do you meet?
  11. 11. Every meeting. Every guest speaker. Every encounter. Requires homework.
  12. 12. Google, motherfucker, do you use it?
  13. 13. Stalk social like its your job. Because it is.
  14. 14. Use your peers.Portland is a small town.
  15. 15. What do you want?
  16. 16. What can you give?
  17. 17. Before they get back to work anemail should be in their inbox.
  18. 18. Let’s get started.

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