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Being a solo founder is about 10x harder than having co-founder as good and committed as you, but there are many examples of solo successful founders.
However it sounds like you went solo because you didn't meet the right person, so maybe try to look for someone passionate about the problem you want to solve. Finding a co-founder is very similar to dating.
Good for Mailchimp, but they're an exception in the small world of unicorns.
I spend a lot of hours reading about taxes, accounting, legal... Only to realise that it's a grey area. So I'll just do pick the most optimal setup and check with other similar founders if they reached the same conclusions.
I can definitely relate to that Brad!
Attracting top talented candidates when we can't pay anywhere close their market salary is hard.
Interviewing them used to be excessively time consuming but I switched to offline tech interview which saved me 40h+.
But I haven't found any hack to easily attract A-level employees.
I 100% agree with Brad.
Tough life life, you're a real hustler. I wish you the best!
I would like Club House if they didn't have this snobbish marketing strategy to be iOS only.
I like the idea of audio rooms, I think it definitely fills a gap in the social media space dominated by selfies, narcissist posts and teenage girls dancing.
Too bad it's available only on iPhone so far.
Pretty good, well done