The Good, The Bad and the Ugly by Kaptain Kobold on Flickr
In last week's Inquirer, I announced that I was leaving Hubspot and explained why. I tried to be clear about the reasons why it didn't fit me and might be a fit for others but left a couple of things out. Thankfully, Hubspot CMO Mike Volpe graciously chimed in and added some good points. I encourage you to read his comment and see what he had to say.
Today, I wanted to talk about the good, the bad and the ugly of that move after one week. I think there some good lessons - positive and negative - we can all learn from. Let's start with the ugly.
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