You’re free to define success for yourself as subjectively as you wish, but startups are held to…
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Tom, I didn’t say “don’t work hard” either. Rather, I pointed out that you shouldn’t be surprised that people who work harder than you do and as a result contribute more materially to the success of a startup are rewarded commensurately. Neither should it be surprising that a startup composed of those harder working people should, on the whole, succeed commensurably.

Is it really that hard to understand that a startup with motivated individuals working longer and harder has a greater chance of success?

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