The reality is that not every startup is killing it — and even the ones that seem to be growing quickly aren’t actually succeeding all of the time in everything they do.
Not Everyone Is “Killing It.”
Lee Hower

There’s almost always something going wrong in any fast-growing business. As investors, we like to know early, or else we can’t help. But bravado often shortens an investor or advisor’s window to help, and makes problems bigger and more acute.

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