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These apply to side projects and hyper-growth startup


Good ideas are common and meaningless.

Good execution is rare and therefore valuable.

An implemented idea is 10 times better than a repo of un-implemented ideas.

An implemented idea removes need to search for more ideas.

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Rather than trying to find the perfect idea, start small with the one you have and iterate. 1


No idea is truly original. Be flexible to adapt to new ones. 2

Most ‘unique’ ideas fail. Successful once are spinoffs of already present ideas. 3


In the case of hyper-growth startups, ideas are counter-intuitive. If it seems sensible it is likely a bad idea. 4

Most hyper-grown startup ideas don’t look like startup ideas at all. 4

Trying to find a hyper-growth startup idea is a bad idea. 4

The way to find better ideas is to explore the world and know your customers. 4

Think Big 5


  1. Book: Anything You Work: Start now. No funding needed.

  2. Book: Steal Like an Artist

  3. Book: The Unfair Advantage

  4. Paul Graham: Before the Startup 2 3 4

  5. Book: The Magic of Thinking Big

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