Most people want an answer:

How do I achieve X.

How do I get Y.

This is still true with founders. And very true with first time founders. We’re trained to be answer finders and there’s more than enough content out there to suggest there must be ‘an answer’.

It’s understandable that for most people, this is a hard pill to swallow. To accept ambiguity when all you want is certainty.

A founder I work with shared this with me on the topic:

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He was talking about the general challenge that you have to do everything to the best possible…

Jonny Everett

Entrepreneur in Residence @ Entrepreneur First. One time founder. Tech, startups and allergy to BS. Follow me on LinkedIn. 📍Paris

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