One of the most delightful perks of my job is that I get to talk to many people about their startup ideas. People ask if their app idea is feasible, how much it will cost, how long will it take to develop it, is this a terrible idea, and so on. I love it. I don't have all the answers, but after doing this for the last four years, you start to see patterns.
I just read a post from Brad Feld called Brutal Honesty Delivered Kindly. It’s one of my favorite posts I’ve read in a while because it discusses the difficulties with always being honest, transparent and authentic.
When we started Firehawk Creative a year ago, we made a conscious decision that honesty was going to be one of the 4 main pillars of the company.
Firehawk Creative was created out of a desire shared by its founders. We want to work with clients who are on a mission to change the world through beautiful, high quality apps and web experiences.
We're pumped to announce that we've just released the Firehawk Creative Imaginarium, our internal collaboration and brainstorming tool for client projects. Take the tour!
There is one simple question that can provide so much valuable information. It can reveal expertise and competence or stunning weaknesses and inefficiencies. In essence, this question is what separates the children from the adults.