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Founders tips - Issue #62

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Same Here, Q4 is doing its magic, pretty active, a lot of interesting projects and unfortunately the
 

Founders tips

October 14 · Issue #62 · View online
Dedicated to early stage Startups by @ivanpetrovic & @hervecuviliez

Same Here, Q4 is doing its magic, pretty active, a lot of interesting projects and unfortunately the pain of replying more often no than yes.
Superactive quarters shouldn’t prevent you to read and broaden your horizons.
Once again, your job is to manage both short term and long term, not one after the other, otherwise it will have been too simple :wink:
Part of the long-term is to keep you informed, fresh minded. Yes, it’s hard, but keeping your nose to the grindstone works only for a short period of time.
This week:
The Tweet of the week will help you relativize Q4, you are in for the long run ;)
Perfect timing to read Practicing the Art of the Lazy Product Manager. It will help you make hard choices.
The interview of Niklas Zennstrom from Atomico should be on your reading list as well.
Once done to listen to When Organic Growth Goes Enterprise from a16z

Enjoy your week.


A better you
Practicing the Art of the Lazy Product Manager – The Startup – Medium
A better company
a16z Podcast: When Organic Growth Goes Enterprise by a16z | Free Listening on SoundCloud
Improve your tech
SQL is neither dead nor a dinosaur. You should use it for your web app.
Understand better VCs
The Zennström manifesto – TechCrunch
Tweet of the week
Bill Gross
We love talking about the starts. It's romantic. And we love talking about the finishes. But the "Messy Middle" is full of ups & downs & requires crazy persistence for success. I can totally relate to this from @scottbelsky great new book. Cross that middle to change the world.. https://t.co/3vSqu6jlQb
12:06 AM - 7 Oct 2018
The big read of the week end
80% of all machine learning engineers work at Google or Facebook
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