My Candor

I get a lot of messages about my candor and honesty on here. For me, it's not something I think about as radical. Authenticity is something that I value - in my company, in my bosses and coworkers, in my friends, and in myself. I see so much phony and tired posts on here. It drives me crazy. And so, I aim to change that - one post at a time. Just be real. Self-promote if that's what you want to do. Sell if you have to sell. Say what you want to say. We all need to tear down t

Reflecting: One Year at Knotch

A year ago today, I started working at Knotch, and what a year it has been! I have often joked that start up years are like dog years - one year feels like seven! That could not be more true for my experience at Knotch, but not so much because of how Knotch has changed, but how I have changed because of Knotch (and I am not just talking about my hair color!) I have grown so much over the past year, under the leadership of Anda Gansca, CEO, and Aron Tzimas, CCO. I have had th