The successful warrior is the average person, with laser-like focus.
The more affinity there is between two VCs investing in a firm, the less likely the firm will succeed.
Paul Gompers, Yuhai Xuan and Vladimir Mukharlyamov, in their new research paper, “The Cost of Friendship.” The three Harvard researchers show that the more affinity there is between two VCs who co-invest in a new company, the less likely it is that the company will succeed.
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Robinson’s story is a great reminder that persistence and passion are often the only things you need in order to launch your business idea.
Opportunity can be manufactured. Yes, you can wait around for the right set of circumstances to fall into place and then leap into action, but you can also create those sets of circumstances on your own.