There’s a fine line between the “reality distortion field” founders create and just being a bit delusional. During Segment’s first year and half as a company, Peter Reinhardt and his co-founders were closer to delusional, and this massively extended how long it took them to find product-market fit.
Many people overestimate the importance of the status quo while underestimating or ignoring the rate of change. In general, looking at the rate of change is a better indicator of the future than the status quo. Can Olcer explains.
For every entrepreneur who’s clocking three hours of sleep each night and going prematurely grey, Aytekin Tank would like to offer an alternative path. Not a story of overnight success or following his dreams. But building his business slowly, while maintaining his freedom and his personal life. Bootstrapping is a great approach for entrepreneurs, and Aytekin shares what he has learned along the way.
Most entrepreneurs get overwhelmed easily when it comes to just starting a startup, there’s a lot of things to learn or to know, just imagine when you have to scale it! Derick David shares 15 simple key principles that are results of his research and analysis of successful startups and companies. Suitable for anyone who wants to scale their startup.