Eric Lynn and I shared experiences with 22 entrepreneurs at a recent Friday lunch.
The setting, L’Etoile’s (Graze) private room was ideal: quiet and spacious.
The discussion was quite enjoyable if not illuminating.
Topics included tech platforms, money, brand, on boarding, user experience, ghosting, minimum viable product, out or insourcing, choosing a tech partner along with legal, tax and IP experiences.
I mentioned Ecclesiastes 11:4: 
Whoever watches the wind will not plant; whoever looks at the clouds will not reap.
(If you wait for perfect conditions, you will never get anything done.)
Appropriately 4 of the 22 participants simply showed up, rather than queue through the registration/waitlist process. It is good to show up.
We organized the lunch as part of the 10th Forward Fest.
Explore L’Etoile’s Capitol square space in amuz.
 Bethel’s Mike Brown referenced this passage during a recent message on uncertainty.