Nic Haralambous

Founder of Ex-CEO & cofounder of Motribe. @nicharry

Advice from 30 year old me to 20 year old me

11 things that I wish I knew when I was 20.

I recently turned 30. For some very odd reason I’ve not warmed to the idea of it just yet. However as I began to evaluate my 20s I realised how many mistakes I’ve made and things I’ve learned in a decade of life.

Hunting Rejection

“Yes” is a three letter word that can drive you to destruction if you blindly chase it.

Raising Funding Almost Destroyed My Startup

Seeking investment for your business can be the best and the worst thing you can do

Why I get tattooed

The deep insight into my own resolve and mental state

I grew up in a regular home, went to a regular school and have lived a lucky life. When…

In response to Generation Stupid

Generation Judge

Stop judging a generation. Shut up and live your own life.

I’m not entirely sure when it happened but there is a faction of intelligent and well…

Schizopreneur - The Brutal Emotional Battery of Being an Entrepreneur

noun | schizo·pre·neur | \skit-sə-p(r)ə-ˈnər\

A mental condition in which

Racial Profiling Made Me Cut My Beard

I’m tired of snide comments about my beard and how I must be a terrorist. I give up. Stupidity wins.

A Short Guide To Knowing An Entrepreneur

You think you know us but you have no idea.

Over the past decade I’ve had countless conversations about being an…

Startups: Helping Entrepreneurs Do The Things They Hate More Often

You think that running your own company is about freedom, doing the fun things and working on stuff you love. You’re wrong.

Everyone has things that they love doing as part of their work. Whether it’s talking to people, selling over the phone, composing spreadsheets or…

Retail Is NOT All About Selling Product

Selling product makes you money but how do you attract customers to your various channels in the first place?

I recently read an article discussing the things that we can learn from Buzzfeed and Upworthy about writing and sharing content. This got me thinking about traditional media vs digital media which…

The Problem With Opinions

When something is free, every idiot can have one.*

I thoroughly enjoy listening to and talking with people who have gathered enough experience to have earned an opinion.

That’s the price of their opinion - the experiences they’ve had.