Category Archives: Culture

Bijoy Goswami – JOurneYing (TM), Part 3 of 3

  What is the hero’s journey, why is it important, and how does it relate to one’s life journey? How can we find ways to expand upon it and apply it to different dimensions of our journey—to work and relationships … Continue reading

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Bijoy Goswami – JOurneYing (TM), Part 2 of 3

  In part two of my interview with Bijoy Goswami, founder of Bootstrap Austin and Austin’s premier entrepreneurial scene evangelist, we discuss the three stages of becoming a journeyer, his workshop, JOurneY: Bootstrap 101, becoming and expressing yourself, bootstrapping entrepreneurs, … Continue reading

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Bijoy Goswami – JOurneYing (TM), Part 1 of 3

  My friend, Bijoy Goswami, is on a mission to help bootstrapping entrepreneurs and others better understand the importance of one’s journey and being conscious of the journey capital one accumulates along the way.   What Bijoy has been exploring … Continue reading

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FG SQUARED’s New Lease on Life

  Woo-hoo! We at FG SQUARED are excited to make public that we have negotiated with our landlord to extend our office lease for another three years. We have also negotiated an option to extend the lease for an additional … Continue reading

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March, 2013 Meeting of Jive Texas User Group

  A third meeting of the Jive Texas User Group took place on March 21 at the SolarWinds Headquarters in South Austin. Many thanks to Danielle Higgins, Michael Torok, and all of the folks at SolarWinds for hosting! Members from … Continue reading

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Join Us for South by GoLab

FG SQUARED is excited to announce our involvement in this year’s South By GoLab festival. The theme of this year’s festival is “Smarter Working” and we are co-creating the event with the GoLab Austin Coworking Community and our title sponsor … Continue reading

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December Meeting of Jive Texas User Group

The Jive Texas User Group met for a  second time on December 5th in Austin at the stunning downtown offices of Premiere Global (PGi). Hosted by PGi’s Cora Rodenbusch and FG SQUARED’s Steve Golab, the meeting was a tremendous success, … Continue reading

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Jive World 2012 – Afterthoughts

  A few months ago I felt a true adrenaline rush (the kind that gamblers thrive on!) when my team decided to bring our entire crew to this year’s Jive World at Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas. After five grueling years of … Continue reading

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Celebrate the Journey

Eighteen years ago FG SQUARED opened its doors as Fellman and Gum Enterprises, a technology consultancy company co-founded to subsidize creating the prototype Easy Beader, an automated necklace beading machine. As we soon found out, it was much more lucrative … Continue reading

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