John Jackovin: A time to reflect

(Guest post by John Jackovin) Less than a week before this Techstars experience comes to an end. This was the post I was most excited to write when I began the Techstars program. The post right before Demo Day. The post before I can get back to “normal” life. The post before I get to

Kramer

John Jackovin is the founder and CEO of Des Moines-based Bawte, an app that allows users to tag purchased items and receive product manuals or service information. In July, Bawte was accepted to Techstars Boulder‘s 90-day accelerator. Jackovin’s been writing about his experiences in Techstars and his company’s growth.

Thanks to Jackovin for letting us share his posts, which originally appeared on Medium. Read Jackovin’s previous posts here


Kramer

Less than a week before this Techstars experience comes to an end.

This was the post I was most excited to write when I began the Techstars program. The post right before Demo Day. The post before I can get back to “normal” life. The post before I get to see my wife and kids for more than a few days per month.

As you know, if you have been reading previous posts, many of of them have been filled with emotions. It seems to be the easiest thing for me to write about. This post is no different. This post is being written with smatterings of sadness, pride, happiness, excitement and fear all manifesting at some point.

Let me say this, Techstars is hard. Harder than I thought it would be. Harder both personally and professionally. But nothing worth doing is accomplished easily. Sure Kramer was undefeated in karate, but he was fighting kids. Make sense?

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