Working at a small startup can be one the fastest ways to learn how to build a startup of your own.
Startup founders: shit happens, things don’t go as planned, stuff breaks, key team members leave. Get over it and get on with it.
There is a strong association between the number of connections a founder has on LinkedIn and the amount of funding their startup raises. I would be shocked if this was causal (though LinkedIn can be useful), but it underlines how important social networks are in startup success. pic.twitter.com/6LqmBhMP0q
my new startup is a fintech exclusively focused on offering financing solutions for mattress purchases. we think we will make $11,000 every 9 years. currently we’ve received $34 billion in direct investment and will destroy the economy if we go out of business
Easy: To build a startup Harder: To make people pay for your startup Hardest: To scale a startup
me: my cybersecurity startup is bringing in solid revenue my parents: cool me: i didn't skip breakfast this morning my parents: OMG!!!!! we are so proud of you!!!!!
My 3-year stint at J.P. Morgan IB was instrumental in my decision to startup. It taught me: 1. No amount of money was worth living unhappily for 2. I could support my lifestyle with very little money These two reasons gave me an almost irrational resolve to build my startup.
Today's newsletter is about a unicorn startup with zero revenue. It's about Apna. This is their incredible story
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Whatever you do, you do it with complete dedication and consistency. that's why you are succeed in all your startups. PROUD OF YOU RKV