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Why every founder should work for someone else in between startups

15/09/2014

Daria Shualy is Don Draper/product marketer at daPulse. All entrepreneurs are serial entrepreneurs. It’s a personality trait, some (...)
Daria Shualy is Don Draper/product marketer at daPulse. All entrepreneurs are serial entrepreneurs. It’s a personality trait, some might even call it a condition. Serial entrepreneurs don’t like to stop. They sell one startup (or more likely shut it down) and shortly after, they’re telling you how they’re “working on something new, it’s still in stealth mode.” I’m no different. But after 14 years of entrepreneurship, seven of them as founder and CEO of e-commerce startups, I’m here to tell you that every entrepreneur should take some time off in between startups to work for someone else’s startup. Sure, moving to the... This story continues at The Next Web The post Why every founder should work for someone else in between startups appeared first on The Next Web. Daria Shualy is Don Draper/product marketer at daPulse. All entrepreneurs are serial entrepreneurs. It’s a personality trait, some might even call it a condition. Serial entrepreneurs don’t like to stop. They sell one startup (or more likely shut it down) and shortly after, they’re telling you how they’re “working on something new, it’s still in stealth mode.” I’m no different. But after 14 years of entrepreneurship, seven of them as founder and CEO of e-commerce startups, I’m here to tell you that every entrepreneur should take some time off in between startups to work for someone else’s startup. Sure, moving to the... This story continues at The Next Web The post Why every founder should work for someone else in between startups appeared first on The Next Web.
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