Over the past decade, I have founded and exited two companies — Increo and Crashlytics — and then stayed on to build large teams at the acquirers — Box and Twitter.
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Never underestimate what a positive human interaction can do for someone else — especially right off the bat, without asking for anything in return.
The startup game is all about who can manage their resources more effectively.
Ask most people would their dream job is, and they'll tell you the opposite of whatever they're doing right now.
A resume is nothing but a list of skills. Here's what's missing.
On every path, there are times when self-belief gets shaken. The question is, how do you choose to overcome it?
Your output, and how much you're able to achieve, is a direct reflection of your input.
There is a reason we need basic inputs in order to survive as humans.
Some of the best connections require a lot of giving in order to turn into a mutually beneficial relationship.