3 RULES FOR STARTUP TEAMS THAT THRIVE ON NO RULES AT ALL

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I learned quickly in life that I am naturally suspicious of rules. I think that a lot of rules have the reverse effect of their intended purpose.

For example, in first grade, we were expected to respond to a school fire alarm by silently getting up from our desks, getting in a single file line and calmly following our teacher out of the building. During our first fire drill, I got caught for talking in line and had to miss recess. That was silly, I thought to myself. If there were a real fire, nobody would react like that … nor would it help to do so, in case of an actual emergency. There’s got to be a better way.

With this in mind, I decided that I should pull the fire alarm to prove my hypothesis.

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One Response to 3 RULES FOR STARTUP TEAMS THAT THRIVE ON NO RULES AT ALL

  1. snappy boy says:

    I have invented a motor that makes flying cars possible. I am looking for investors or partners to start production. Is anybody interested?

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