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The Best of SpaceX, Tesla, and Elon Musk

The Best, 2/7/18

The Best is our daily compilation of cool stuff we’ve found IRL and around the web. Every day we will share what we are reading, watching, listening to, doing, or pondering. If you have suggestions for what we should include in future segments, let us know in the comments below!

Top Story

Go-To-Market Fit: The Missing Link for Enterprise Growth — If you are an entrepreneur struggling to find market fit, then this is a must read!

“Winning early customers and finding PMF is indeed a critical milestone and profound moment to be celebrated by enterprise startups. Yet, the hard truth is that finding PMF isn’t sufficient to unlock growth for enterprise startups. There’s a missing link between finding PMF and unlocking growth. That missing link didn’t have a name, but it is an equally important milestone and eureka moment. We call the missing link Go-To-Market Fit (GTM Fit).”

Reading

Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future by Ashlee Vance

Quotes from the book:

“He goes into his brain, and then you just see he is in another world. He still does that. Now I just leave him be because I know he is designing a new rocket or something.” — Elon Musk’s mother

“They got my best [expletive] friend to lure me out of hiding so they could beat me up. And that [expletive] hurt. For some reason they decided that I was it, and they were going to go after me nonstop. That’s what made growing up difficult. For a number of years there was no respite. You get chased around by gangs at school who tried to beat the [expletive] out of me, and then I’d come home, and it would just be awful there as well.” — Elon Musk

For a quick summary of Elon’s complicated life, check out: The 30 Point Checklist to Accelerate Your Learning

Watching

We’ve got some cool ones for ya today:

Listening

Well, of course: David Bowie’s Life on Mars?

What’s even out there in the cosmos, anyway? Let Neil deGrasse Tyson answer all your space questions in his AMAZING podcast: StarTalk

DIY

Send your car into space…

Just kidding! Instead, for today’s DIY, try something a little bit more home-based: Make your own candles!

They are delightful :)

Questions, thoughts, suggestions? Holla at us in the comments below, or hit us up on Twitter at @TheMissionHQ, with the #TheBest and we’ll try to help!

That’s it for today’s edition of The Best. We’ll be back tomorrow with more great content like this!

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