Silicon Valley Has A “Problem” Problem
Riva-Melissa Tez

Great article. “At some point in Silicon Valley’s development over the last decade, we’ve got so lost in the now well-known overarching narrative of “changing the world.” As part of the startup ecosystem — both companies and investors — we’ve overemphasized the need for CEOs to sell us a vision to the point of dishonesty.” Super accurate. The whole changing the world narrative has become a buzzword more than anything, and every founder is convinced their product or service will be the one to do it. It definitely makes it difficult to keep things in perspective and focus on what’s important.

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