The holly bible for start-up, maybe. I actually enjoyed the article on how nerd survive high school the most.
OK, back to business: 1. There are only 2 things you have to know about business: build something users love, and make more thaThe holly bible for start-up, maybe. I actually enjoyed the article on how nerd survive high school the most.
OK, back to business: 1. There are only 2 things you have to know about business: build something users love, and make more than you spend. 2. Wealth is what you wan, not money. Wealth is the fundamental thing. Wealth is stuff we want: food, clothes, houses, car, gadgets, etc. 3. Then why mos confuse money with wealth? Because it is kind of a shorhand: money is a way of moving wealth, and in practic they are usually interchangable. 4. There is a believe that if a few rich people had all the money, it left less for everyone else. But this is a fallacy because there is not a fixed amount of wealth in the world. You can make more wealth. Wealth has been getting created and destroyed for all of human history. 5. To get rich, you need to get yourself in a situation with two things, measurement and leverage. You need to be in a position where your performance can be measured, or there is no way to get paid more by doing more. And you have to have leverage, in the sense that the decisions you make have a big effect. 6. a good hint to the presence of leverage is the possibility of failure. Upside must be balanced by downside, so if there is big potential for gain, there must also be a terrifying possibility of loss. 7. Smallness = Measurement ...Continua Nascondi