Finding a technical co-founder, starting a golf gear company, turning 40, and a Reddit post I wrote this morning reflecting on the past 20 years
Happy almost-end-of-August, all.
I’m excited to share this week’s podcast conversation with the amazing Gabe Coyne (designer, software developer, technologist, and entrepreneur) and his new startup, Stix:
We spend a fair amount of time not only discussing Gabe’s story and new venture, but we talk about how to become a great technical co-founder and how to find one in your network.
Also, while I haven’t been super active on Reddit the past decade, I wrote up a post in /r/Entrepreneur a couple hours ago and also popped it up on my Satchel site here. Thus far the comments are encouraging, but you never know with Reddit :)
In short, the four things I wrote about are, simply:
- Most businesses fail because of relational conflict that leads to operational inefficiency
- Build your own financial model from scratch
- Understand how to create leverage and build assets
- Get into flow often
I’m curious if you have any color from your own story on these points to contribute to the thread?
Have a great rest of your week!