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Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
Ignitenyc Feb 2009
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Ignitenyc Feb 2009

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Startup founders need not pick between having a reasonable probability of financial security and changing the world. Make them serial goals. In the order mentioned above.

Startup founders need not pick between having a reasonable probability of financial security and changing the world. Make them serial goals. In the order mentioned above.

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  • 1. 15 years to overnight success
  • 2. April 1992
  • 3. 1992 - 2006
  • 4. 1st startup = 16 years early
  • 5. Camera- phone 1997
  • 6. 1999, 2004 & -$27M
  • 7. 9 Months of Bliss
  • 8. Oren & Co R killin’ it
  • 9. Be a 1-hit Wonder!
  • 10. 1. Only the rich profit from VC Photo from
  • 11. Mortgage houses, not startups Photo from TechCrunch
  • 12. All or nothing
  • 13. 2. A little rich is critical Photo from TechCrunch
  • 14. 3. Be late, or Photo from TechCrunch
  • 15. 4. Be boring
  • 16. Directories
  • 17. Customer Lists
  • 18. Analytics
  • 19. Data Sales
  • 20. Become invulnerable

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