I’m saying that if, as a founder, you treat investment as the means to maintain a comfortable lifestyle, and you expect to enjoy the same benefits as a corporate role with no responsibilities beyond the job description, then you’re going to fail.
Your well-funded startup is already dead
Paul Smith

You should have really started with this. The points about not taking time off on weekends or not caring about relationships in lieu of building a startup seem VERY mis guided. I’ve seen many entrepreneurs with healthy personal lives. One doesn’t and shouldn’t mean sacrificing the other.

Working hard is certainly important, but JUST the number of hours you put is meaningless. Hard work is more than that. It’s awareness and learning and intellectual honesty.

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