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Anu Hariharan shares the collective wisdom of the YC community to help guide founders on best practices in managing a board––including running board meetings and overcoming board issues.
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Here are five habits that lead to success in business and in life.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the environment for entrepreneurship. In many ways, entrepreneurship has become more challenging; in a few ways, and for a few people, it has become easier. For all…
No one said building a company is easy. But it's time to be honest about how brutal it really is -- and the price so many founders secretly pay.
Sometimes the most impactful companies begin as a side project, driven by curiosity and experimentation. That’s how Product Hunt started.
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Written by Sam Altman · Illustrated by Gregory Koberger · Spanish translationWe spend a lot of time advising startups. Though one-on-one advice will always be crucial, we thought it might help us…
In 2011, I left my job as the second employee at Pinterest — before I vested any of my stock — to work on what I thought would be my life’s work. I failed, but I’ve learned to be okay with that.
It’s not always the horse or the jockey.
«An examination of start-up failures revealed two common mistakes by founders: failing to engage the right stakeholders, and rushing into an opportunity without testing the waters first.»
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