I’ve never understood Silicon Valley’s obsession with failure. Many investors and entrepreneurs out there believe that you should fail a few times before you succeed. That the people worth funding are the people who’ve failed a few times. I’ve heard from a few VC who won’t fund an entrepreneur until they’ve failed at least once. I don’t get that.
[…] Failure is part of the path to success? This industry’s obsession with failure has got to stop. I don’t know when it became cool or useful, but the industry has been steeping in it for so long that it’s become normal to assume failure comes before success.
Gute Argumentation gegen das hierzulande oft den USA angedichtete Credo „Nur wer einmal Konkurs gemacht hat wird ein richtiger Unternehmer“ …
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