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Day 26: Even the smallest steps can sometimes be made even smaller.

STATUS: I’m getting some very light traffic to my Facebook and Twitter feeds! Also discovered a few tools to help me automate this extremely arduous process. 1,203 more words

Writing a Novel is Not Like Running a Business

Paul Graham is one of the founders of Y Combinator, a very successful incubators of tech startups. He has funded and instructed companies like Dropbox, Airbnb, and reddit, amongst others. 1,361 more words

On Writing

2 Billionaire Whisperers - Paul Graham & Sam Altman

If you haven’t heard of Y Combinator – Get with the program!

Y Combinator – is the highest profile incubator in Silicon Valley. They give future Billionaires 10 minutes to pitch their business ideas to angel investors. 176 more words

Todays Billionaire

Life advice upon turning age 30, from the president of Y Combinator

I turned 30 last week and a friend asked me if I’d figured out any life advice in the past decade worth passing on.  I’m somewhat hesitant to publish this because I think these lists usually seem hollow, but here is a cleaned up version of my answer: 1,274 more words

Hierarchy of disagreement

I came across this in my facebook timeline recently, and i figured i would do an exercise where i try to replicate what the author had in mind for each of these segments. 797 more words

Startups in 13 Sentences by Paul Graham + My Startup Book of the month.

Understanding your product or service users is key to survive the uncertain startup journey. This is well documented in the, New York Times bestselling, “The Lean Startup” book by Eric Ries also. 302 more words


Agreeing to Disagree

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach

Over at “Digging in the Clay” Verity Jones has an excellent graphic summarizing the different levels of disagreement. The graphic deserves wider circulation. 243 more words

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