Reading has always been vitally important for me. Most founders don’t read enough — and as a result, they miss out on a lot of accumulated wisdom and make a lot of avoidable mistakes.
It’s helpful to have variety. As a CEO you need to know 1) what your company should do and 2) how to get the company to do it. These are very different things. Here are some ...(more)
Someone once told me that life as a technical CEO is a journey from coder to psychiatrist. What made you good in one phase often becomes a liability in the next, and your job changes entirely every 6 to 12 months.
It’s exhilarating — I personally love the variety of challenges and can’t think of a job that forces you to grow as quickly. But it’s also uncom...(more)
I’d say there are a few key things at work here.