Exploring the consequences of prioritizing short-term gains over long-term trust and transparency in the startup world, as illustrated by Substack’s recent fundraising approach.
Your startup journey will be filled with dead ends, false starts, and long treks down the wrong path. When it’s time to pivot, there are two traps to avoid.
When building a startup, it’s easy to put your head down to focus on the obstacle in front of you. Don’t be the hound. Pick up your head.
Innovation comes from experimentation. Experimentation leads to failure. Embracing failure is the path to building great products and enterprise value.
There are four common pitfalls entrepreneurs fall into while raising venture capital. Here are a few tips on how to avoid them.
Startups, and downhill mountain biking, are inherently risky. You can improve your odds by taking a thoughtful approach throughout your journey.