One of the words that are part of the definition of a business is “entity”. We call it a separate
Last decade’s big winner in terms of a system that scales infinitely and is as profitable as possible was Google.
It’s likely you’ve heard Benjamin Graham’s famous quote In the short run, the market is a voting machine. In the long run,
A car is never working “properly”. Every moment, a certain part is not necessarily broken, but not in perfect condition.
This is an interesting vulnerability when it comes to raising funds. I’ve mentioned the other day how once your idea
The game can be boiled down to this: 1. Pick a place where an imbalance happens. The disadvantaged people won’t
As much as I’m not personally a big fan of raising VC money for my projects, there’s been this thing
This is part of a longer piece that will be released soon. I’m uploading here an excerpt as a preview.
This conversation sparked up on our SaaS subreddit, a community which I invite you to join. Someone asked the following:
Galileo was on the verge of being killed because of his beliefs and we’ve somehow managed to uncover his thinking
Your business is as good as a rating on a scale from 0 to 1. That’s the core of it.
Aiming at creating something as big as Facebook/IG/Uber etc is cool. Most of us (founders) wouldn’t mind it. Some founders