Startup management

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Blogs to read

10 lessons from superheroes on being a startup hero

9 learnings from Peter Thiel

AA 012: Should startups bake processes into their company early on?

AA 016: Will someone who is not good in mathematics ever be successful in doing business?

Ask dumb questions. It’s the smartest thing you can do

CEOs impact the productivity of the office with their attitude

Disagree and commit to ship things faster

Email can suck less. Use this banker system so startup emails work for your team

Free OKR example template with PPP and KPI for startups in Google Sheets

Google sheets automation: How to Automate Email Updates (Google Scripts)

How Google sets goals: OKRs

Hunter S. Thompson explains the meaning of life

Mega list of cloud SaaS tools to hack your startup, marketing and podcast efficiency

One trick I learned to fire your staff without getting sued, tears and shouting

Pro OKR template with KPI and PPP team tracker tool in Google Sheets for startups

Should I talk to my company competition and their investors?

Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action – “The Golden Circle”

Simple mental model for CTOs to make more commercial decisions

Sleep more if you suffer from pretending to work

Startups and scale ups: Running 10 and 100 person scale up business

Super hack for annoying LinkedIn connection requests

The Double Opt-In Email Introduction

The Stockdale Paradox for startups

Think better: Pareto principle or 80/20 rule for startups

Think better: Rule of three

Too busy and busy defined

When I do a turnaround, I start with culture

You are not alone. 3 stories of founders and the struggles they faced

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