Jun 13 2007 by Brad

How To Start A Company Like Schilling Pitches

Seth Goldstein has today’s great post up titled Schilling’s Laws for Perfect Start(up)sIf you’ve been hiding under a rock or are a cricket fan (vs. a baseball fan), you probably know that Schilling was one out away from a no-hitter and one-error away from a perfect game last Thursday.  Seth was at the game, saw it, and then ran the game through the “big Seth brain abstraction machine” and came up with a delightful blog post with a few great suggestions for all entrepreneurs including:

  1. Throw Strikes
  2. Trust Your Defense
  3. Listen To Your Catcher
  4. Pitch, Don’t Throw

I expect my friend Will Herman, a card carrying member of the Red Sox Nation (I think he has a Red Sox tatoo on – well – never mind) may have a few more lessons for us.