investor’s ideas are often crap
Angel or Devil: Who’s Really Investing In Your Start-Up?
Nir Eyal

If they were in the better position to run the company, they would be the founder and not the investor.

In my experience, about 1% of the advice I get is actually useful. Most of it is asking us to try something we already tried and found to be fruitless. A lot of what remains is trying to redesign our product or business model to be a worse version of itself.

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