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Founders tips - Issue #88

You can't skip reading: How Honest Should CEOs Be With Their Board Members? and Tips from YC: Using A
Founders tips - Issue #88
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You can’t skip reading: How Honest Should CEOs Be With Their Board Members? and Tips from YC: Using Asks, Metrics, and a Recap to Power Your Investor Updates.
Great relationship with your investors is key, they are here to support you and eventually they will be the ones you are going to turn to if things don’t go according to plan and more money is needed.
The Double Sale article, very short but a concept you need to have in mind, if you want to improve your sales cycle and CAC.
A rare look on product building process at Brigad, great insights and a good way to benchmark yourself.
Even if your not a techie (especially I should say) read the improve your tech skills every week ;)

Enjoy the read, have a good week.

Founder's read
How Honest Should CEOs Be With Their Board Members?
Talent management
Lessons from Keith Rabois Essay 3: How to be an Effective Executive
Sales / Marketing
The Double Sale – David Cummings on Startups
Product
How we build products at Brigad — Our Product Process
Improve your tech skills
Was MongoDB Ever the Right Choice? - Simple Thread
Understand better VCs
Tips from YC: Using Asks, Metrics, and a Recap to Power Your Investor Updates
Tweet of the week
Amir Salihefendić
The likelihood of building a company that generates over $1 million per year is 4% and over $10 million it's 0.4%. If you want to create a company, expect it to be hard and assume that it does not become easier as you go. Source: Scaling Up
10:07 AM - 8 Apr 2019
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