Chris Dixon: “The default state of a startup is failure”

“….first-time entrepreneurs often fail to realize that when you build something new, no one will care. People won’t use your product, won’t tell people about it, and almost certainly won’t pay for it. (There are exceptions – but these are as rare as winning the lottery). This doesn’t mean you’ll fail. It means you need to be smarter and harder working, and surround yourself with extraordinary people.”

“The default state of the world is to stay the way it is, which means the default state of a startup is failure.”

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