I feel like at this point, the only way you can really do business is to trust yourself and to be you. So many advice, good and bad, exist out there that it’s hard to know which one to follow.
At this point, the only advice I’m taking, (and it’s one given by you) is not to take any advice at all.
How then does one slowly grow into such roles when starting out?
In the beginning, as the founders you are forced to put on multiple hats. You can afford a COO to run the day-to-day so the CEO sort of takes that role, even though he/she is not really suited to do the operations so to speak.
Is it really best practice to call the method for fetching data on the constructor or should this be done in ngOnInit?
Wondering if there is a better method to call it once and avoid rerendering the page if data has not changed without using the constructor as this would force someone to have to reload the page again for them to see any changes on the data.