Fair point.
Mike Maples, Jr.

It is a limitation that I’m not too fond of myself — it’s like we have to choose “publications” as our “categories” but on a larger scale.

Regardless, your post is great — I’ve shared it out too many times to count already.

My original comment is still a challenge though: How do you convince VCs that you do, in fact, have a “legendary” idea when most (if not all…?) of the legendary ideas (that we understand now as “legendary”) are only deemed legendary after most of the world has grok’d them?

How does a VC tell the difference between a goose that lays a golden egg and the ones that lay normal eggs before any of them actually lay one out?

(My use of metaphors and examples are quickly running out……)

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