Why internet startups are like authors and musicians – vincenthuberta.com

Startups, authors, and musicians make scalable products. Now they all have the greatest distribution enabler for information products: the internet. But here is the thing, is this as good as it sounds? Authors Why do we adore great authors like J.K. Rowling (The author of Harry Potter)? It is hard to be a successful author. There is a new book being published every 30 seconds, with … Continue reading Why internet startups are like authors and musicians – vincenthuberta.com

How to be a useful and necessary startup: Generate and organize useful information – vincenthuberta.com

Google organizes the world’s information within websites with PageRank so that we read the best articles first. Facebook generates social information a person has and organizes it to allow people to socialize online. Uber generates and organizes information about a potential driver that can drive us to our destination. Internet-of-things startups generate information that we couldn’t have before with sensors and cameras. A startup has to … Continue reading How to be a useful and necessary startup: Generate and organize useful information – vincenthuberta.com

What Taylor’s Entrepreneurship & Investment Club is truly about – vincenthuberta.com

I spent my 3 years of University life at E&I Club.
It has been the most meaningful thing I have done in those 3 years.
Even until today, the experience I gained has been useful in my journey. This post will explain what E&I Club is truly about. If you are one of the members, it is worth a read, trust me. 🙂 Continue reading What Taylor’s Entrepreneurship & Investment Club is truly about – vincenthuberta.com

Richard Branson Like A Virgin Book Summary – vincenthuberta.com

I wrote this book summary when I was reading it in 2013. Like A Virgin is a great book. It is filled with stories of Richard Branson. Richard Branson started since he was really young and eventually built a business empire. It is a must-read book for aspiring entrepreneurs. Take risks, build things. Hope you enjoy this summary. Summary is in point form, in easy-to-understand … Continue reading Richard Branson Like A Virgin Book Summary – vincenthuberta.com

How to understand someone – vincenthuberta.com

In someone else’s shoes. That’s the whole idea of this post. I was known to be insensitive since I was young. I am distracted with things that matter. I am lost when discussions get boring, the closest people to me will know this very well. Sometimes I spend hours working / reading and forget to have my lunch / dinner. I fell asleep in lectures … Continue reading How to understand someone – vincenthuberta.com

I am Warren Buffett’s student again – vincenthuberta.com

I have been learning about Warren Buffett for a long time. His lessons from 4 books and many sources have been precious mental models for me to make investment decisions. I made mistakes along the way, but I have decided to return to his principles and wisdom. Some thoughts about investment and fast growing “valuations”. There are way too many people starting internet startups. When … Continue reading I am Warren Buffett’s student again – vincenthuberta.com

How stock market works: the trader and the villagers – vincenthuberta.com

Once upon a time in a village, a man appeared and announced to the villagers that he would buy monkey for $10 each. The villagers seeing that there were many monkeys around, went out to the forest, and started catching them. The man bought thousands at $10 and as supply started to diminish, the villagers stopped their effort. He further announced that he would now buy at … Continue reading How stock market works: the trader and the villagers – vincenthuberta.com

The blind hen – vincenthuberta.com

A hen who had lost her sight, and was accustomed to scratching up the earth in search of food, although blind, still continued to scratch away most diligently. Of what use was it to the industrious fool? Another sharp-sighted hen who spared her tender feet never moved from her side, and enjoyed, without scratching, the fruit of the other’s labor. For as often as the … Continue reading The blind hen – vincenthuberta.com