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Ray Shealy
Monday, March 14

Ray Shealy

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As a serial entrepreneur and active angel investor, Ray is adept at helping technology companies grow exponentially by focusing on strategy, innovation and execution. Ray’s management style enables him to positively connect, communicate and inspire customers, employees and investors at all levels

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The 50% Rule

traction-bookThis post is excerpted from Traction book, a Startup Guide to Getting Customers by Gabriel Weinberg and Justin Mares. Exclusively download a copy of the first three chapters here.

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GBQ Sponsors Startup Grind Columbus

I am excited to announce GBQ as our most recent sponsor. GBQ's support of Startup Grind in Columbus is another demonstration of their commitment to the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Columbus. Look for members of the GBQ team at upcoming events.

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Help is the currency of these times.

I get asked why I decided to get involved with Startup Grind and lead the chapter in Columbus. I typically echo Startup Grind's mission and values, which you can get to know if you visit the Home or About Us pages of the site. You have probably already been there if you've made it to this post. As I thought more about what happens at Startup Grind events and at our Global Conference, I can sum it up as people helping people. Of course people helping people isn't fundamentally a new concept. And maybe the idea of help being the currency of these times isn't new either. It doesn't matter if it is new. It just matters that it matters. And it matters to the Startup Grind family.

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