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Gabe Murphy States There Is Not Only One Type of Entrepreneur And Discusses Concept of Home Run Entrepreneur

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  • Date Added : 4/10/2006
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Gabe Murphy

  • President, CommuniTech.net
  • male
  • Caucasian
  • 1977 (Age: 43 years old)
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
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Biography

CommuniTech.Net is one of the world's most successful Web hosting companies, with 24,000 clients in 130 countries. Gabe Murphy and Brian Heitman started the company in 1997 while Murphy was attending Cornell University and Heitman was in high school. The business plan for the company was born when Murphy enrolled in a course in entrepreneurship.

Gabe Murphy received his B.S. from Cornell University in 1999.

You know what's the one thing I could say that I've learned in six years that might resonate and I had to think, you know entrepreneurship, what does that mean. There's really different levels of entrepreneurs. You know the six years I have been out of school I have met a lot of entrepreneurs, see...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 1 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Academic and Professional Background
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 58 sec.
Video 2 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Sale of Communitech.net, Start and Sale of iNET and Current Role As Angel Investor
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 2 min. 56 sec.
Video 3 of 24 Gabe Murphy States There Is Not Only One Type of Entrepreneur And Discusses Concept of Home Run Entrepreneur
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 3 min. 20 sec.
Video 4 of 24 Gabe Murphy Defines Concept of Lifestyle Entrepreneurs
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 2 sec.
Video 5 of 24 Gabe Murphy States Many People Say They Want To Be Entrepreneurs But Are Afraid To Take The Risk
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Video 6 of 24 Gabe Murphy States Failure Is Part of Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Is Not For Everybody
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 20 sec.
Video 7 of 24 Gabe Murphy States Great Entrepreneurs Have Vision
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  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 36 sec.
Video 8 of 24 Gabe Murphy States Great Entrepreneurs Can Exhibit Tunnel Vision, Competitveness and Paranoia
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 13 sec.
Video 9 of 24 Gabe Murphy States Entrepreneurs Might Not Have The Most Book Smarts But Do Have Common Sense
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 16 sec.
Video 10 of 24 Gabe Murphy States A Great Entrepreneurs With A Mediocre Idea Is Better Than Vice Versa
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Video 11 of 24 Gabe Murphy States Importance of Humility As A Business Leader
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Video 12 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Importance of Avoiding Micro-management and Learning To Delegate
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 23 sec.
Video 13 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Importance of Creating a Comfortable Workplace
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  • 4/10/2006
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Video 14 of 24 Gabe Murphy States Importance of Meshing Employee Goals With Corporate Goals
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 12 sec.
Video 15 of 24 Gabe Murphy States Open Door Policy Is Annoying But Important
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  • 4/10/2006
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Video 16 of 24 Gabe Murphy States Importance of Informing and Involving Employees In Corporate Decisions
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 32 sec.
Video 17 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Personal Thoughts on Swinging For A Home Run Instead of Pursuing Less Risky Ventures
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 18 sec.
Video 18 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Evolution of Cell Phone Technology and Mobile Lifestyle Issues
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 10 sec.
Video 19 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Concept of Click Fraud
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 39 sec.
Video 20 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Concept of Vertical Searching
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  • 1 min. 36 sec.
Video 21 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Roof Top Advertising Idea
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 13 sec.
Video 22 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Advantage of Being a One-Man Show
  • Gabe Murphy - Lecture - Entrepreneurship and Leading a Business
  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 31 sec.
Video 23 of 24 Gabe Murphy Discusses Ability To Mitigate Risk By Finding The Best Mentors
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  • 4/10/2006
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  • 1 min. 32 sec.
Video 24 of 24 Gabe Murphy States Execution Is More Important Than The Idea
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