Combining two good things doesn’t always result in something great, especially in the startup world.
Founders often waste time on identity, but in reality, most identities have little impact. Focus on more important matters.
Overcorrecting Success and Failure:
Don’t assume that success at one startup guarantees success at the next. It’s often the opposite.
The Flawed Founding Team:
Build a team that complements each other’s strengths and weaknesses instead of copying each other.
Avoiding hiring can have serious consequences. Startups must know when and who to hire for success.
Don’t be afraid to fire employees who aren’t the right fit. Startups need the right people in the right positions.