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The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line

Starting a startup is thus very much like deciding to be a research scientist: you're not committing to solve any specific problem; you don't know for sure which problems are soluble, but you're committing to try to discover something no one knew before.

A startup founder is in effect an economic research scientist. Most don't discover anything that remarkable, but some discover relativity.


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Startup = Growth

Startup = Growth

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An important read for anyone thinking of starting up a company.

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