Identifying a problem is the first step to moving past it. Bosscito member Aaron Rosenthal sent this article our way after noticing what a useful resource it can be to fellow members.
The article is by Paul Graham: successful programer, writer, and startup investor. He is most known for co-founding Viaweb, an application that allows users to easily build their own online stores (which later turned into Yahoo! Store), co-founding Y Combinator, called “the world’s most powerful start-up incubator” by Fast Company, and his work with programming language Lisp. While working with companies like Reddit, Airbnb, and Dropbox, Graham noticed that teams across industries face similar problems. He identified startups’ most common concerns and derived a list so others can better overcome these frequent obstacles.
We at Netcito hope that you can use Graham’s list to solve some of the problems your company is facing.