Make retention an absolute priority. Arguably, this is one of the most important lessons I’ve learned in four years at StackAdapt. Build a cult of retention. Worship it. Celebrate it. Retention is your path to hyper growth.
“So, what did you think of your safari?”, our guide casually asked me at the end of the trip. Over the 6 days prior to the question, he had taken my now-wife and I around Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater in Tanzania.
I was told the other day that there are five reasons why people don’t eat meat. I found it very well-put. The reasons are, in no particular order…
The World Economic Forum recently published their 14th annual Global Risks Report. Environmental issues took front row in the discussion - three of the top five risks by likelihood and impact are extreme weather, climate change, and natural disasters. There is no better time to talk about, and act on, more ways we all can reduce our environmental footprint.
I was born and raised in Saint-Petersburg, Russia – not a particularly diverse city, and I would not be identified as a visible minority. So, I hadn’t spent much time thinking about diversity until a relatively recent trip to San Francisco.