“We got one!”
I still remember the excitement on the CEO’s face as he burst out of his office into the small front room we called the entryway. Well, this was where my desk was, too.
We had four rooms in our small Redmond, WA office. There was the CEO’s office, and then another office for our development team - by team, I mean one guy who managed a bunch of outsourced developers. And we had a conference room with cheap whiteboards on every wall.
Then, there was my office. I mean, the entryway.
Taped to just about every wall and window were the “flows” -- printed paper showing my funnels for growing this small startup into a huge success.
We closed the doors a month later.