17 Startup Founders Give Us Advice On How To Become Insanely Successful
Starting or working at a startup can be one of the most stressful things a person does in his or her life.
Despite the fact that thousands have done it all before, it can be daunting to take your first step without a mentor as a guide.
Thankfully, the social question-and-answer site Quora has a Startup Advice and Strategy section, which is full of awesome entrepreneurs and venture capitalists who want to help others learn from their mistakes and accomplish their goals.
We’ve searched through them and pulled out the very best advice that founders have given to help others be successful.
Tim Westergren, founder of Pandora
Dan Cristo, founder of Triberr
Farhad Meher-Homji, founder of Brightlabs
Saul Klein, founder of Kano Computing
Michael Wolfe, CEO of Pipewise
Edmond Lau, early engineer at Quora
Phineas Barnes, partner at First Round Capital
Chris Prescott, founder and CEO of Fantasy Shopper
Peter Berg, founder of October Three, currently on Visa’s innovation team
Mark Otero, founder and CEO of KlickNation
John Lilly, partner at Greylock Partners
Jeremy Liew, partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners
John Seiffer, founder of CEO Boot Camp
Jon Davis, employee at Quora and owner of a private real estate firm
Hassan Baig, founder of White Rabbit Studios
Joshua Ledgard, founder of KickoffLabs.com
Jared Kim, founder and CEO of Forge