Brandon Gadoci

I help companies grow. Currently doing so @Brainspace.

What Nintendo taught me about being a dad 

About a week ago a co-worker sent me a .zip file of Nintendo ringtones that took me down memory lane. I giggled and reminisced as I heard the…

In response to 13 Lessons Learned

Love this article. So many good tid bits. The part about not putting a ceiling on our abilities is similar to my idea of don’t put your self in a bucket in my article Kick Your Idea Off Your Brain Couch (which also oddly has 13 points).

Kick your idea off your brain couch and tell it to get to work!

By Brandon Gadoci
March 11, 2014

Product Revolution

Where Does Progress Come From?

In Kevin Kelly’s book, What Technology Wants he puzzles over why it wasn’t until the 18th century that scientific progression began gaining momentum…

[T]here is a puzzle. The necessary ingredients of the scientific method are conceptual and fairly low tech: a way to record…

Publications edited by Brandon Gadoci

The world asks for more and more of us each day. Here is where we talk about how to fight back.

Staying fit is important. Here is what we think about it. 

As the landscape changes and investing in startups becomes more accessible, let’s look at how this asset class fits into more traditional portfolio management theories. 

Unlocking the Ideas Inside Your Company

A guide to finding & amplifying your companies collective intelligence.

The recent article from Mashable featuring Magic inspired me. Whether it’s a good idea or not, the founders had an idea, acted quickly, and then held on. I can’t shake this feeling that good ideas, often come as some sort of brain flare and immediate action is the best way to deal with them.

7 Things Your Parents Taught You About How to be Successful That Probably Aren’t’ True Anymore.

October 29, 2014

As a Generation X-er (although I feel like I’m a Gen Y trapped in a Gen X body) I am in an interesting position as I look to my parents for guidance on professional success. Their model comes from a different time and we should be collectively…

My Biggest Piece of Advice For New Founders • Brandon Gadoci

October 28, 2014

My Biggest Piece of Advice For New Founders

Where will Startups be in 100 Years?

October 23, 2014

In 1914 Beverly Hills, CA was incorporated, Babe Ruth debuted as pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, and the first transcontinental phone link was made between NYC & SF. Entrepreneurs by the names of Carnegie, Rockefeller, Edison, Hershey, Kellogg, Ford, Merrill and Sears were pursuing their respective missions which…

13 Thing You Might Not Have Known About Investing in Startups • Brandon Gadoci

October 27, 2014

13 Thing You Might Not Have Known About Investing in Startups

October 27, 2014

The combination of public market alpha opportunities decreasing and legislation making investing in startups more interesting to more people, means…