The logical thing to do when a company wants to generate the most revenue from its resources, is to put its most experienced leaders in charge of those resources. Continue reading… “More experience equals worse bootstrapping”
A statement or problem that either appears to produce two entirely contradictory (yet possible) outcomes, or provides proof for something that goes against what we intuitively expect is called a paradox. Paradoxes have been a central part of philosophical thinking for centuries, and are always ready to challenge our interpretation of otherwise simple situations, turning what we might think to be true on its head and presenting us with provably plausible situations that are in fact just as provably impossible. Confused? You should be.
Brennan Dunn’s product revenue growth chart.
The natural course for most startups is to raise money. Investments give a necessary runway of capital that will allow you to survive as you develop and attempt to sell your product.