startup life takes a toll on everything. health, relationships, finances and general (administrative) things that keep getting pushed down. spending the time to clean house a little bit after five years of tolls.
In my last five conversations about my startup journey, four people asked me to write down my story + experiences.From one perspective it makes more sense to live in the present. The internet is already a pretty decent scribe.Another perspective is to write them down while its fresh in the mind. Many lessons to learn … Continue reading Writing my story
When emotions are driving, the analysis become unreliablewhen its just analysis, there is no feelingRobots can calculate better, but cannot think laterally (yet)Being an independent thinker, that will always be valuableRunning our minds in debug mode can show lots of opportunities.. and focusing on what-is vs what we wished it would be has rewards
I start writing blog posts, and then realize they are better off being a tweet. For example, this started out as a few paragraphs, and then became the following few lineswe fear things getting sold out, boats getting missedwhen we think slowly, we start worrying aboutbuilding a boat vs jumping on one— Ali Nawab (@alinawab) … Continue reading Blog vs twitter
I've been learning about this for the past six months, and here are my learnings. Posted on Medium, click below.https://medium.com/@alinawab/learning-blockchain-series-part-i-what-worked-and-didnt-for-me-4817f314b388