This time around I'm trying to keep each section to a tweet-sized 280 characters.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Friday, June 12, 2020
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Here is a list of the best resources I've found to learn about about how to
- Think like a VC
- Assess early stage start-ups
- Run due diligence
May they be helpful to you too 💫 I’ll be excited to update this as I learn more
Thursday, June 11, 2020
Economic moats are frequently on my mind when assessing products/startups. Leo Polovet's How to De-Risk a Startup surfaces this topic as two related risks:
- Short-Term Competition Risk
- Long-Term Competition Risk
Below are the 5 core resources I return to in order to think through those risks.
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Update 9/11/20: A $200 Million Seed Valuation for Roam Shows Investor Frenzy for Note-Taking Apps
I wrote this post after writing an investment memo on Roam in collaboration with a small community I lead. Find me on Twitter if writing investment memos for fun excites you! 🙃
Tuesday, June 9, 2020
- VC/Startups Steam
- Misc. Thinking Stream
- Decision Making Stream
- Crypto Stream
Now I pop into a theme-specific feed to catch up with a given discourse at that moment.
Rather than 30 minutes of directionless scrolling, I now get intentional & specific learning within 5-10 minutes.
I am never going back to scrolling through main feed. I feel like I've slipped the Twitter algorithm's grasp just enough to gain agency while still benefitting from an immensely valuable product.
This begs the question: what else can I do to slip the grasp of other algorithms I rely on?
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