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Many founders are really just product managers with small teams. Should be as thoughtful about business as they are about the product.
One of my favorite things in the world to do is be with people better than me.
Protip: no one will ever thing your stupid for not knowing something. But they will always think you're a moron for pretending you do.
I can't wait for the day when we aren't surprised when people are treated fairly and equally. #nicejobny
as someone who has battled depression my entire life, if you think someone is sad, they are. Don't try to fix it, just be supportive.
Wanting an idea to live > wanting to own an idea. That is the core Silicon Valley ethos. That is what tech communities should focus on.
You cannot build anything great if you cannot find the time to breathe and enjoy it.
We often tell entrepreneurs to focus. But its not about focus; it's about priority. Priority takes thought and research. Focus takes effort.
We lived on the web; kids live in the web. new post: Fucking Kids Today https://medium.com/@micah/fucking-kids-today-7415b4523531 …
Every successful founder exhibits a single trait. New post: “The Prepared Mind” https://medium.com/@micah/the-prepared-mind-892f4db10aaf?source=tw-12b85e642998-1419387451097 …
I want my legacy to be that all my friends do amazing things.
@pmarca Jan posted again recently and the thread exploded. This was an awesome post regarding the sale of itself: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/22387891-post72.html …
Most entrepreneurs think the more "it does" the more impressive it is. When in truth, the most impressive thing is simplicity.
Spend as much time getting your website to reject the users you don’t want as you do attracting the customers you do want.
Startup doer/advisor. First company at 9; currently @blurbbooks supporting authors and their fans. Must love dogs. and cats. but not fish. never fish.