Flying on commercial airlines in 2019 is a horror show. Sure, they’re not killing us as much as they did 50 years ago, but I’m not entirely convinced that’s a good thing anymore.
We’ve made it — the last installment of our primer on startup investing for the non-startup-investor. We’ve covered the [b]asic plumbing, and we’ve covered [c]onstrained focus.
Happy April 1st, friends and colleagues. I’m not nearly witty enough to write you a suitably roguish April Fools’ blog, so let’s dive into part deux of our ABCs of Startup investing — the [B]asics.
The entrepreneur’s hero journey sounds like this. Quit big-time job (substitute “drop out of Stanford” if you prefer). Raise 50k from friends, family, and fools. Build a prototype. Mega launch party. Raise VC money. Hockey stick growth. Exit stage right, and probably go to India for a while.