we need to fund projects that are more difficult in scope, more ambitious in industry transformation, less obvious in market adoption and a higher probability of not working
Why Solving Big Food & Healthcare Problems Will Yield Spectacular Companies
Mark Suster

The reasons every startup should seem like a bad idea (and founders need to discriminate feedback carefully): difficult, non-obvious, seeming low probability of success.

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