I find Product-Led Growth to be comprised of defining future priorities (qualitative) while measuring past results (quantitative). It's like throwing a rock into water and then reacting to the ripples. Throwing the Rocks: As Mike Maples says, Founders are time travelers. We've seen a future, and now we've come back
This is a post about four megatrends converging in the next three years that I don’t hear many people talking about: Effectively limitless energy + globally accessible high-speed, low latency bandwidth + the sharing economy + the gig economy. > I believe that these four trends will converge by 2025 in a way
I recently wrote about creating a WFH workspace for under $5k [https://drodio.com/creating-your-own-remote-workspace-for-under-5k/] using a Costco shed. In that post I shared how I could boost the internet connection's speed & reliability. I've not only done that, but I also went all-in on a robust solar generator setup powered
When we passed through NYC on our summer work+play roadtrip [https://drodio.com/finding-dispersed-campsites/], one of Armory's clients put me in touch with an editor at Inc. Magazine, which turned into this story [https://www.inc.com/eric-hagerman/drodio-daniel-r-odio-armory-van.html]. Here's the video: Here's an in-depth interview: Here are
There's something absolutely magical about walking out of your house, across your lawn, and into a dedicated workspace. I've written in the past about doing the best work of your career in remote locations [https://drodio.com/working-remote-first-do-the-best-work-of-your-career/]. The flip side is figuring out how to create your best remote
The term "DEIB" (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging) has become a hot phrase in Silicon Valley, as companies strive to create a workforce that's a better reflection of our communities. However, I find that Diversity and Inclusion tend to get lumped together as one thing, when in fact they're quite different.
For the past 15 years, I've been really focused on deepening my personal toolbelt when it comes to understanding and de-escalating highly charged personal interactions, and generally how to improve my own personal ability to understand and live with empathy for the incredible people in my life. Fifteen years might
There's a great NYTimes interactive graphic w/ a slider [https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/03/13/opinion/coronavirus-trump-response.html] you can use to model out various assumptions around when social distancing measures are put into place, and how strong they are. That interactive graphic goes hand-in-hand with this FB