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Michele Colucci
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Michele Colucci is a lawyer, serial entrepreneur, and CEO of, a competitive marketplace that assists people with possible lawsuits locate lawyers who will take their case for a contingency fee (percentage of what's won, if it is won). She has experience in the legal, retail, entertainment and now internet verticals where her sole goal remains facilitating communication and empowering the individual.

In February of 2010 her start-up business was named one of five top Women-lead start-ups in the country at the Girls In Tech/Catalyst Conference. She has raised half a million in angel funding for thus far, and has one of the most impressive Board of Advisors in the Valley.

She has an undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, a law degree from Georgetown Law Center and a Masters in Fine Arts from the American Film Institute. She currently serves on three Charitable Boards and is a single mom with three boys living in Woodside, CA.

Blog Entries by Michele Colucci

How to Think Like an Entrepreneur

(0) Comments | Posted June 4, 2012 | 4:08 PM

Series: Confessions of a Female Entrepreneur

Do you think entrepreneurship is born or can it be learned? If it can be learned, how can we train our minds to think like an entrepreneur? I recently read this great article written by Ann Brown and it...

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No Experience? Think Again! Confessions of a Female Entrepreneur: Street Cred

(4) Comments | Posted April 5, 2012 | 4:35 PM

Amy Levin-Epstein recently wrote an article entitled

8 Ways Parenthood Can Make You Better At Your Job. I gave her my answer in this article -- but as I pondered this concept, I thought about how all of our experiences really count as predictors of future success....

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Know Thy Customer

(1) Comments | Posted October 3, 2011 | 6:34 PM

Be agile, prioritize, pivot, course-correct, iterate...

...and know thy customer!

When I first started this blog, most of my friends said they had started a blog at one point but after about three posts, just grew too busy to continue. "Oh, no, that's not going to be me," I insisted....

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Is Inspiration a Success Metric?

(2) Comments | Posted September 8, 2011 | 10:50 AM

Confessions of a Female Entrepreneur

Is Inspiration A Success Metric?

In economies like these, we have to work smarter. Necessity, being the true mother of invention, drives a lot of true innovation. But is that enough?

I can't help but notice that many of the...

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Confessions of a Female Entrepreneur

(3) Comments | Posted November 4, 2010 | 5:30 PM

Fund-raising is an awkward and often uncomfortable effort for those raising funds. But when the person asking is a women entrepreneur, the dance takes on many more nuances. First, a woman -- asking for money from the usual funding decision maker -- a man -- can bring out the age...

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Four Steps to Getting Your Product Out the Door -- Everybody Needs a Steve Bennett

(5) Comments | Posted September 18, 2010 | 11:38 AM

I run across a lot of people who are rooting around for the next great business idea. I spend most of my time covering my ears, singing out loud and hopping on one foot -- trying desperately to keep ideas from bombarding my every thought. Such is the personality type...

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The Language of Venture Capital

(5) Comments | Posted August 9, 2010 | 7:15 PM

The first time I attended a conference to learn about venture, I was greeted at the door by a man who said, simply, "VC or Entrepreneur?" I knew I wasn't a "VC" or Venture Capitalist, but had never realized that I was an Entrepreneur -- or that the word "Entrepreneur"...

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