Saturday, January 26, 2019

Our Milkshake Brings All The Founders & And Tips For Getting More From Our Milkshake – Sponsored GreatestFounders™

There’s a lot of milkshake happening around the world,…everyone loves milkshakes. As many have noticed, most founders don’t just want any milkshake. They are looking for the best milkshake that will give them access to mentors, angels, venture capitalist, experts, talent, friends and connections. Okay, If you haven’t figured it out, milkshake is just our fun-dumb-ass word for community. Like the music goes, “My milkshake brings all the. . .”.

If you haven’t notice online communities are all the rage. Maybe it’s because since wireless technology and social media our offline communities are not really like neighborhood-loving-get=to-really-know-you places anymore. It’s more like you do you, do your own tribe, and maybe when there’s an emergence we can do each other.
And when we do come together like for a cause, it’s f#%@# awesome at least for the right ones. . .like fighting to make sure men keep making more money than women. (Insert LOL). What is really been said here is that online communities are becoming powerful and invaluable to address social-economic desires. Plus, in our tech craze world, lonely, mentel health crisis world we all need a place to call home. Where you can consume the milkshake of your choice and not f%&&# feel guilty.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

How Founders Can Create Alliances and Belong to Communities - sponsored Founders Under 40™ Group + BJ Mannyst

Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase announced a new alliance in early 2018. In the last two years the formation of alliances has grown. The need and demand for forming alliances and being a part of a business / founders community is becoming a norm. Everywhere you go you will notice how technology, politics, money, environmental, culture, communities,values, gender, ideology are just disrupting everything at a much rapid pace. And the reality for many founders and business managers is that it gets tougher to hold your ground, maintain relationships, find better contacts, etc while continuing to build healthy traction for yourself, your family, your team, and your business. 

The solution, I have come to realize, is the strong need to form good alliances and be in the right communities.

I, BJ Mannyst (marketing services) team + Founders Under 40™ Group (unconventional founders community) have put this invaluable resource together to quickly help start-ups, founders, freelancers, professional service providers, small medium businesses, etc quickly identify, associate, belong, and form lasting healthy alliances.

It’s a simple resource for making alliances & communities work for you & your business.

As always if you need further help with marketing your service business or your founder journey, contact us.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Sell & Market Better Founders With 25+ Strategies and Insights For 2020 & Industry4.0 eBook - Sponsored by BJ Mannyst + Founders Under 40™ Group

Usually times like these, end of years, are a great time to reflect and do better in the future. I’m betting everyone and every business wants to sell better in 2019 , 2020 and forever. So I, Founders Under 40 Group team, BJ Mannyst team took sometime to assess what is working, what to keep doing, and what to start experimenting with to help stay competitive.

But I also,note, that i'm fearful that most modest businesses will not have the next generation expertise like expertise in industrial 4.0 to stay competitive. I do fear if you or your freelancer biz / gig biz/ smb business are not highly tech savvy and educated in tech there’s a chance growth might stall for many.

In the near future, there will be solutions providers like Amazons Web Services, Google, Microsoft, etc who are going to dominate more IAAS (Infrastructure As A Service), PAAS(Platform As A Service) but what then happens in five years is that the advance-profitable-tech businesses become more lucrative for a few and less tech/ old tech businesses get turned into commodities. Just as companies like Uber have commodity-fy car transportation.

In the end what I’m saying is to take the time today to see what functions of your business  is essential, which once are true competitive advantages and what parts can you delegated, what can be evolved because industrial 4.0 evolution is going to happen. In the mean time here are my thoughts, other people's thoughts and tips for selling and marketing better 2020 and forever.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

What Founders Can Take From Dolce & Gabbana Founders, Branding, Society, & Racism

The reality is not many consumers care what their favorite brand stands for or what it’s founders say or are involve in. The founder of a real estate empire can be womanizer and a slave driver - - - And yet most consumers can separate the founder from the product. And there are always going to be some who will not stand for it. The example that comes to mind is Tiger Woods and the numerous women he had consensual sex with while married. No harm done but some companies pull their sponsorship dollars.

So the current situation with Dolce & Gabbana founders is another example how values and money conflicts in reality. As a person who markets, helps manage a fast growing founders community, and assist founders, I wanted to help myself and fellow founders learn from Dolce Gabbana founders.

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Hey VCs Are Employees Who Have No Dreams of Their Own Better for Startups and Their Founders? - - -sponsored by GreatestFounders™

Original Title: Should startup founders look for employees who have no dreams of their own?

[Hello VCs, Founders, Employees, and Angels. I recently came across this content which was originally written by a different author. If anyone is interested in sharing their thoughts about the idea of profiling the ideal employees for startups, that would be awesome. P.S. Just sharing the article not sure who wrote it. ] - Manny of Founders Under 40 Group (

Many founders lament the struggles of finding and retaining staff that are just as passionate and committed to the startup as they are. In fact, losing a foundational employee is often perceived as betrayal – an understandable reaction when you consider the arduous ‘trial and error’ process of recruitment that founders undergo in the early stages of their venture.

But based on many interviews and casual discussions with bootstrapped startups, it appears some founders feel quite possessive of their employees, with one describing an employee departure as “inconsiderate” and “leaving a big hole in the business”. Other sentiments include “they clearly didn’t understand what a startup is about, it’s hard work with little return for a long time” and “it’s such a shame because if they stayed, they’d know that the benefits outweigh the interim struggle, they would have been rewarded substantially”.

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Are VCs Really Looking For Founders With Emotional Intelligence? - - -sponsored by GreatestFounders™

I'm curious to know from the founders and venture capitalist if they sit in meetings wondering if this founders team's  E.i. is off the charts, . . .we better not let this bastard get away?

Logic tells me it might just be one other way to evaluate a founder. But how would they even do this evaluation anyway?

Based on what I've read  it seems observation might be the only way to find out. I guess it would consist of the following.

Monday, November 12, 2018

If Venture Capitalists Don't Like A Founder, Is That a Deal Breaker? - - -sponsored by GreatestFounders™

I was just wondering how much does likeability play a role in which founders get funded and which don’t?

Are likeable founders more successful than non-likeable founders?  I’m not really sure. I was hoping some VCs, founders, employees and the general public would be able to answer that via a new platform.

Obviously a VC not liking a founder might include: their questionable character, bad work ethics, questionable past, an unethical moral compass, lack of signs of significant accomplishment, lack of community involvement, no financial discipline, etc. . .those are clear deal breakers.

Like I mentioned, there are many factors that play into whether people generally like you or dislike you.  In this age of growing social tensions it could be your:

 gender, religion, skin, school, background, education level, breath, personality, beauty, height, dress,  sexiness, etc. 

Thursday, November 8, 2018

You Are An Efficient Founder When You Find The People That Allow You To Do These Three Things - - -sponsored by GreatestFounders™

Almost every founder is going to go through terrifying moments when they have to let their baby operate fully without their presence. The fact is there are steps to take to ease the transaction.

Founders want to know they can travel the world and leave the operation to capable and trustworthy people. After all, most founders have made some serious sacrifices just to get to a point of putting normal hours instead of extreme hours like Elon Musk. Wait a minute,. . . I believe Elon has five boys and still puts in sixty hours work week.

The point here is to build a business that can run great with or without you.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Founders Like Jeff Bezos Can Change The World But Can They Make It A Better World? - Founders Under 40™ Group Sponsor

It’s always great to want to be founder or person that changes the world however the question many founders fail to ask is…is the business for the better of the world or as a founder are you just creating new problems?

The truth is, there’s no founder on this planet that doesn’t aspire to change something, create something, or tweak things except maybe you were a small cannabis dealer. However since the time of innovations, entrepreneurs have been altering the world with their creations with a huge blind optimism. Some founders have made life some-how better but one sometimes wonder why do we still face the same social & economic problems that were present in the stone age, bronze age, dark age, religious age, industrial age, etc. The purpose of this exploratory content is to see if founders do really change the world for the better or just change it.

We still live in a world of have mores and have nots. We live in a world whose foundation is based on the co-existence of opposites but what if founders could fulfill people’s desires with little downside to a person’s life? Love, ecstasy, fantasy, all delivered in a matrix like world. Clearly would be a better world.

Simply using STEM to eradicate factors that cause human suffering around the world. “Instead, as of this century we have manage to create kings and queens out of founders who still haven’t figure how to change the world or solve problems without a lot of side-effects.” says, Manny of Founders Under 40™ Group
Monday, October 8, 2018

20 Productive Habits of Successful (and Very Wealthy) People - Shared

The vast majority of rich people didn’t get there by accident or luck. Accumulating wealth [in all forms] requires hard work, dedication, and—most importantly—maintaining a specific set of habits that foster prosperity. As Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”

If you’re looking to train your focus in work and in life but don’t know where to get started, these 20 good habits of wealthy people can help illuminate your path to success.

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Founders, Investors, CEOs Need Sex Too. We Just Don’t Want to Get Into Trouble.

The purpose of this post is to get anonymous mature insights about how founders, investors, vc, private equity guys and women fulfill their desires without getting in s#$%@ with management, hr, etc. Inspired by a startup investor who might have misunderstood the signs.

“Sleazy investor requests sex from colleagues at professional conference: 'I will not leave Berlin without having sex with you'  "

12 Steps On How to Date an Entrepreneur - shared by Founders Under 40™ Group

If you’ve ever dated, married or been interested in an entrepreneur, you know that they think, act and relate differently than the average person. Sometimes that can be a challenge for the non-entrepreneur — especially one who doesn’t realize that they aren’t crazy, they just need to get through to their [partner].

Saturday, September 1, 2018

Founders, Why Do You Want To Dominate Pussys - Sponsored By Founders Under 40 Group

History has thought man that to survive and thrive you must aspire to coexist or dominate. Dominate those he thinks are weaker, stupider, dick-less, less evolved, anything, anyone and if crucial use any means necessary to oppress, intimidate them to abide by your rules, your agenda or make them face a dire consequence. The idea for this key subject of ‘dominating’ was brought to my attention when I overheard several venture capitalist growing eagerness and pressure on their portfolio companies to dominate their market. When I noticed that once badly-marginalize minority group became a majority in a neighborhood they sometimes end up assholes as well. Also, being informed that a very powerful man is expressing strong desire for one nation to dominate outer-space. So I stopped to explore why the strong need for people, groups, companies, government, animals, social and economic ideas to dominate? Why are we obsessed with pushing domination and not collaboration? Why dominate pussys?

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Founders, Should We Stop The Rise of Super Elites? - Part 2

FOR PART 1... Founders, Should We Stop The Rise of Super Elites?


There’s nothing more terrifying to an elite class then to lose his / her status or prestigious social and economic advantages. That’s why some can result to unethical behavior because of that fear. Such as bribery, manipulation, lieying, violence, cheating, intimidation,. For your information, power is usually concentrated in this three primary insitituation. The global businesses, governments, and military. What I call the money,home, stick. The seconday power are the schools, churches, trade unions, associations, or other organized instituations.

The past social elite were conceentrated in regions of the world. Today’s elite, due to globalization, are transnational who with time grow distant from national affection. They think global so their thoughts and actions are globally strategic. Their peers are also global elites from diverse backgrounds and with diverse agendas which help form their views of oppotunities and threats. Their informal networks such as neighbourhoods, hotels, restaurants, sports events, arts, charity, resorts, etc help to solidify the super elite circles.



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