Quote #6 – In Praise of Mediocrity

[…] I’ve come to think, that so many people don’t have hobbies: We’re afraid of being bad at them. Or rather, we are intimidated by the expectation — itself a hallmark of our intensely public, performative age — that we must actually be skilled at what we do in our free time. […] When your identity … Continue reading “Quote #6 – In Praise of Mediocrity”

Quote #4 – The Real Product Market Fit

“At Sequoia, they talk about finding customers who “have their hair on fire”. As a founder, I never took the time to really understand what that meant and I thought it was just an investor marketing saying. Now, when I talk to founders I extend the metaphor to illustrate it more clearly. If your friend … Continue reading “Quote #4 – The Real Product Market Fit”