Internet Access in Developing Countries [a different business model]

Low and middle income earners in developing countries experience challenges in getting usable internet connections that enable them tap into opportunities available to them through the knowledge economy, and in turn, improve their quality of life. A few blog posts ago, I spoke about internet access in developing countries¬†and how connecting people in these societies involves the medium (device), access (connectivity – network) and content….

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Notes from Start Something That Matters by Blake Mycoskie

On Fear- No matter what happens, win, lose, or draw, never forget that life goes on Don’t fear the unknown Everyone makes mistakes Don’t worry about what others think Don’t fall victim to idea freeze – Where you get overwhelmed by the enormity of your idea that you take absolutely no action. Remember the principle of Kaizen, small improvements every day lead to a massive…

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