startups for kiddies

August 8, 2010


Number two, make the most of the great advantage of school: the wealth of co-founders. Look at the people around you and ask yourself which you’d like to work with. When you apply that test, you may find you get surprising results. You may find you’d prefer the quiet guy you’ve mostly ignored to someone who seems impressive but has an attitude to match. I’m not suggesting you suck up to people you don’t really like because you think one day they’ll be successful. Exactly the opposite, in fact: you should only start a startup with someone you like, because a startup will put your friendship through a stress test.

Ahhh… thats goes down so smooooth. Like melting chocolate chip icecream coated with honey (and preluded by heavenly rice from the gods).


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