Considering some of the best articles about entrepreneurship these days are comparing us to the forbidden parts of society…
Recently, I did a talk at JFDI, a Y-combinator-quality incubator for South East Asia, where I shared how it is like to be an entrepreneur. A lot of people tend to think: Being entrepreneur is about having a $1B+ home
run in the first try. But it’s almost never the case. The best way to describe the life would be through an analogy of playing poker.
… this reminded me of my favorite startup advice article: Everything I need to know about startups, I learned from a crime boss
… we are getting really close to the PPP
- The Evolution of the Entrepreneur [Infographic] (grasshopper.com)
- Quick Entrepreneur Screening: Are You Working Full-Time on the Startup? (davidcummings.org)
- Daily 3-Bet: Doyle Pines, Angry Blinds, Poker Dress Code (pokerlistings.com)