Takeaway #1: Just do your own thing, keep your head down, and hussle.
Takeaway #2: The road to success is long, no matter what they say. If you can’t stand it, just think of the alternative: Get a “regular” job, and the road to success will become… infinite.
Takeaway #3: Do one thing, no matter how small. When you have it burning, you can make it bigger, better, faster and stronger… later.
Takeaway #4: It’s very hard to time the end of a project… when that one isn’t working. How would you know if a project is working? Easy: you’ll be happy (yes, despite the never-ending challenges). As simple as that.
Takeaway #5: Keep working at your only thing, until you find love in the details. As they say, the devil is in the details (and so is success).
5 Lessons I Learned the Hard Way with Startups.com - The Next Web
“Capital isn’t scarce; vision is.”
^^ from the article ... and Sam Walton. Never heard the quote before but it's certainly right up my alley.
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