The internet fundamentally changed our world after its widespread adoption in the early 1990s. Business is perhaps the greatest example of this evolution.Continue reading “Old World Business, New World Business”
If you don’t find product-market fit, your company dies. But if you do survive long enough to find fit, an interesting thing happens; all companies go through just about the same life cycle every time.Continue reading “The Life Cycle of a Business”
When running a startup, it traditionally isn’t recommended that you go it alone. A lot of work is required — typically too much for any one person — and a lot of different skill-sets are needed that is more likely to be dispersed across a large team rather than in one person’s hands (See: You Can’t Do It All Alone). However, there’s another key, non-obvious advantage to having a cofounder that I wanted to go over in this blogpost.Continue reading “The Cofounder Advantage”
Alright, this is something I rarely do. Hell, it’s something I never do. And yet ProductHunt’s YourStack is easily one of the most satisfying products — and product launches — I’ve ever seen. So, credit where credit is due here; let’s dive into what I’ve seen so far.
We talk a lot about both diversification and diversity, yet describe them as if they’re fundamentally different concepts. However, I don’t think the diversification we might talk about over investing is all too different from the diversity we talk about in the corporate field. Both come with the same major advantage; an advantage that follows around the fact that you can’t do it all alone.