When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do? -- John Maynard Keynes
Thursday, July 7, 2011
This Too Shall Pass - Built in Chicago: "in the past two years, nearly every aspect of my life has changed and the only thing that has kept me sane and moving forward optimistically are these four words. Another friend once said, when you find yourself reinforcing your stress by linearly projecting the present, stop...don't think out more than 2 days and focus on what you have the ability to change not the phantom ghosts you can't. Things will change, synchronicity will come into play and life (or company) will right itself. Nearly all great start-ups have to nearly dance with death at least once and you haven't earned your stripes if you have not found yourself lost at sea in a foggy mist. As my partner, Ed, once said, it is a lot harder to kill a company than you think"
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