My brain has a useful balance of creativity and organizational ability that does well with developing creative concepts and bringing them to reality. This is but a glimpse into how I work and what makes me tick. I host a podcast in Louisville called STARTUP: Conversations With Louisville Entrepreneurs

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The Currency Of Understanding

October 20, 2014 - Author: Dan Vonderheide


I spend a great deal of time with people I don’t know very well at least on a personal level. My work has me traveling regionally every week and I’m working with a few dozen coworkers in those cities as well as their clients. In addition, there are several business and loose industry relationships that need management and attention. It’s not always the easiest thing to do, but I do consider it an investment of time that will eventually pay dividends either monetarily (this is America, you know) or in the form of a new friendship that creates yet another human connection. (more…)

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Three things I learned from my daughter and her lemonade stand.

July 1, 2010 - Author: Dan Vonderheide

A group of friends from my church are working with a non-profit called Touched Twice United to host a one-day health and healing clinic that ministers to people who can’t afford basic health care.  It’s a cool project that we’ve taken on for the summer to try and make a difference to some people in the LaGrange, Kentucky area. (more…)

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Everything I need to know about management, I learned from raising kids

August 25, 2009 - Author: Dan Vonderheide

Say what you want about the joys of having children (and there is a lot to say there), but the massive effort that goes into giving them principles, habits, and skills to succeed in family and life is a gargantuan effort.  The good news is that, in general, you really only have to manage one at a time and you get plenty of practice with the first child so you’re better prepared when the second, third, etc. show up on your doorstep. (more…)

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