I don’t know about you , but I am always a little bit concerned about how we view success in today’s market.
Bigger is better. More money makes it worth it. If you’re not adding X active users per quarter, you aren’t successful.
So, is it the market that’s causing the problem or how we value growth? Hint: The longest lived businesses aren’t often the ones that were the biggest in their day.
What I'm reading this week:
And I'm thoroughly enjoying reading Do Open - How a simple email newsletter can transform your business (and it can)
This week's favorite:
"We build our computer systems the way we build our cities: over time, without a plan, on top of ruins."
-- Ellen Ullman
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