Tweet#2: Advice people didn’t tell me. What’s worse than a failed start is failing after/when you’ve got enough traction. On day-1 of your startup, nothing really matters other than getting the company off the ground. The entire focus is on how to build something that users want. If you persist long enough, somewhere on the way, you will encounter fame, money, etc. Don’t let that bother you, just keep going like how you were on day-1. It’s rarely a conscious trap [1]  and a lot of times the subconscious can make you think you’re smart. Now, you’ve to guard the … Continue reading Dumb