It's seems obvious that we would celebrate genius because, after all, it's... well, it's genius. Right? Unfortunately, too often, our focus shifts to the wrong things when encountering an act of genius. We engage tunnel vision, we cover our ears, eyes and mouth or we stare like deer in headlights. Instead of celebrating that moment … Continue reading It would have been easier for me to avoid Genius but I celebrated it instead
Lately, we’ve been talking a lot about hackathons and startup weekends, but a lot of people look at us like deer in headlights. Hack-a-what? Do what in a weekend? So, I thought it would be useful to provide some insight into what it is and why you might want to attend one. After all, even … Continue reading Hackathons & Startup Weekends – Why they’re for me
I’m a startup guy, which means I thrive on everything outside the box. I seek out and devour everything innovation. But what is “innovation”? It’s such a 21st Century buzz word that everyone who wants to be cool uses to describe themselves and what they do. After a while, some of us learn to decipher what’s … Continue reading Matchmaking Between Startups and Big Companies at Innovate Celebrate 2018
On October 20, 2018, I sat down with Justin Moran of Workspace in MA to discuss Strategic Planning for Startups and other considerations.
By Hailey Serna | July 12, 2018 A few weeks back, I spoke to Eric Braun about his experience in the entrepreneurship community and specifically as an advisors of the Summer Venture Program. Our conversation was wonderful and I wanted to share a bit of it with you. What is your role in the Summer Venture Program and … Continue reading SVP Advisor Profile: Eric Braun
The startup life has lots of peaks and valleys. As an entrepreneur, we spend a lot of time during our valleys at coffee shops. We become roaming nomads, following a blockchain ledger from one shop to the next. Even if we have permanent office space, we seek out something new that will help us get … Continue reading Why does the guy at the next table trust me?
Taking things apart and then putting them together in a different manner — creating something new from the analysis and understanding that came from deconstruction — is a very powerful learning experience. When I decided to dive into the world of education several years ago, I spent a lot of time exploring models of great learning. My exploration came … Continue reading The Value of Taking Things Apart and Putting Them Back Together
Originally posted on March 30, 2018 by rbosworth at The Quincy Sun By ERIC BRAUN Entrepreneur, writer, community builder and co-founder of South Shore Innovation. “Networking as we know it, as we have been taught it, is dead,” begins Superconnector, the new book on building business relations. Networking has been around in business since the invention … Continue reading Quincy Entrepreneur Releases New Book: Superconnector
Technology is changing rapidly, and many companies are eager to implement solutions that will improve their productivity. Corporate technology leaders understand how their organizations can benefit, but the big unknowns are how to predict the future, how to get staff to adapt and how to understand the impact of technology on the workforce and the … Continue reading Corporate America, Automation and the Future of Work
After years of a less than enthusiastic experience with Siri, I had momentarily given up on voice recognition technology. Sure, I had followed Alexa and Google Home a bit but I was not ready to take the plunge. Then this Christmas, in the guise of my daughter, Santa brought me a Google Home device. This … Continue reading OK People, Meet OK-Google