Knowing where you’re going is a big part of getting others to join you for the ride.
Despite the current trends advocated by roombapreneurs, “pivoting” is a last-resort.  
It’s the kind of thing I’d advocate if I was merely buying a call option on your team.  ”Hell ya, try a bunch of different things and hopefully you’ll be one of the 5% of my call options that hits the lotto.”
It’s a bullshit way to “invest” and it’s an even worse way to build a company.
I want to ride with people that will find a way over the concrete wall, not “pivot” like some kind of roomba bouncing aimlessly off of every little obstacle.
Know where you’re going.  Get the girl.
Win.

Knowing where you’re going is a big part of getting others to join you for the ride.

Despite the current trends advocated by roombapreneurs, “pivoting” is a last-resort.  

It’s the kind of thing I’d advocate if I was merely buying a call option on your team.  ”Hell ya, try a bunch of different things and hopefully you’ll be one of the 5% of my call options that hits the lotto.”

It’s a bullshit way to “invest” and it’s an even worse way to build a company.

I want to ride with people that will find a way over the concrete wall, not “pivot” like some kind of roomba bouncing aimlessly off of every little obstacle.

Know where you’re going.  Get the girl.

Win.

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