Tuteable’s original iteration sought to allow users with a specific, time sensitive problem to connect with ‘tutors’ able to help them solve it through the use of video chat and a virtual classroom.
Has the thought of having a day where Failure is actually CELEBRATED instead of looked down upon ever occurred to you before? In a society where only success stories are acknowledged and shared to the public, how can we expect to get the most out of anything if we keep on hiding one of the most important pathways to success….
Did you know one of the most important factors in our success, lies in our ability to prepare to fail? What do I mean by that? It‘s really quite simple. Even the most successful ads and sales letters fail the majority of the time. In fact, I can send out a sales letter with a 99% failure rate
When Bleeply first launched and was named one of the Pushstart class startups, I thought the concept was interesting but was not totally sure that it would be something a lot of users would invest in. Now I think all companies should invest in their product and here is why.