Startup Founders Need to Start Doing Less
Feliks Eyser

Some really good stuff here, but “do less” is tough to hear coming from a founder who admits to doing “more,” and ended up with a successful company and a multimillion dollar exit.

I’m a new founder, and the main concern (or fear) is that by focusing too much too early, I will miss important opportunities. Finding balance between the flexibility to pivot and shiny-object syndrome is currently my greatest challenge.