57 startup lessons
Jonathon Youshaei stashed this in Entrepreneurship Articles
My first thought was "Why 57? Does he work for Heinz?"
I will have to read this more carefully...
Re-read it. Too many lessons. Would be better if just the top 10.
Plus I disagree with both of these:
54. Don’t waste time picking office buildings, accountants, bookkeepers, janitors, furniture, hosted tools, payroll companies, etc. Make sure it’s good enough and move on.
55. Take the time to find a good, inexpensive lawyer. It will make a difference.
54. Don't be cheap about your chair. Get a great one and a sit-stand desk.
55. Get the best lawyer you can. Startups are legal entities. Bad lawyer = bad startup.