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« Tech Journal South Interview Part 2 | Main | How starting a business will change you as a person »

August 17, 2010


Will Marlow

Great post. When you graduate from rock star to Oprah-scale success story, do some of the characteristics reverse, such as #2, a la Mark Zuckerberg, who seems to inspire enough litigation that you might confuse him for a lesser CEO... :)


Excellent post. While I see the "pattern matching" value for a VC, I'm curious if it's possible for the individual entrepreneur to recognize their faults and course correct. I suspect the answer is No. I also suspect that great startup CEOs are more likely to have a product / engineering background vs. an MBA.

Arman Eshraghi

Some good points raised here. I would recommend the following book as well:

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