Katelyn Oster is a writer and entrepreneur from Columbus and a graduate of The Ohio State University. She has startup experience in manufacturing, distribution, management and operations. She loves speaking with business owners and discussing the nature of the entrepreneurial spirit. In her free time, she loves writing poetry and is currently working on a science-fiction novel from various Columbus coffee shops near you.
There is a certain romanticism to entrepreneurship—the long nights, early mornings, pots of coffee, the determination, the risk and the potential reward—but startup life isn’t always for everyone.
For whatever reason you may have for not starting your own company, you are not alone. Perhaps you... May 29th, 2014 | Tips of the Trade | Read More
As an entrepreneur, work-life balance can be a difficult and elusive beast. ‘Busy culture’ is a sign of the increasing complexity of both modern technological systems and social expectations.
Entrepreneurs particularly feel the strain of these demanding expectations, often pulled in many directions,... April 11th, 2014 | Tips of the Trade | Read More
Most of us have been there at least once.
You happen to be sitting around with a couple of friends, relaxing, talking about work. You start talking about how an industry could be improved, how an invention could change the world, or how you could bring something completely unique to market.
Then, it... March 17th, 2014 | Tips of the Trade | Read More