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Why Startup Founders are Always Unhappy By Jess Lee
We are terrible at understanding absolute values but here some ideas to happiness high.
My favorite is "That you’re not supposed to know how to do anything right, and that’s o.k."
Fighting the Burn Out By Josh Arnold
What do you do you do when you hit the edge of human endurance.
The perfect email By David Cohen
If you are fundraising you should read this.
Surprising Insights From HubSpot's $35M Mezzanine Round By Brian Halligan
What you do early on has a surprising effect on what happens later.
How to Use Electronics All Day without Destroying Your Body By Gregory Ferenstein
As much as we might feign to admit it, we are physical beings, with hands and arms that hurt from long coding.
Why Does a Big Funding Round Slow Down Your Pace of Innovation? By Rand Fishkin
Investment in the foundation take a long time, and often don't show much visible progress to external observers.
Working Over Capacity By Gabriel Weinberg
Human endurance is simply a way to improve your efficiency.
Social Hierarchies in Engineering Organizations By Will Larson
The classical engineering organization: meritocratic purity...or not?
Start something small By Joel Gascoigne
Great things start small.
Apollo 13: We Have A Solution By Stephen Cass
We all know the Apollo 13 problem. How did the engineers find a solution.
Permission to Suck By David Kadavy
Most people aren't good at something when they first start.
How to land a big fish By Anand Dass
If you are in sales read this.
Simplicity By Francis Pedraza
Simplicity is on the other end of complexity.
Upside vs Downside Risk By Chris Burnor
Risk is both a chance that bad things will happen, but it is also a chance that good things won't.