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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