The Art of the Startup: Copper and Tin

has YASA (Yet Another Startup Article) this own titled :Copper and Tin. I don’t mind because they are short easy reads with some good ideas, wheather or not I agree. Some key quotes:

It’s hard enough to make money that you can’t do it by accident. Unless it’s your first priority, it’s unlikely to happen at all.

They’re good at solving problems, but bad choosing them.

The hard part about figuring out what customers want is figuring out that you need to figure it out.

That’s the essence of a startup: having brilliant people do work that’s beneath them.

Make something people want.


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