Tactical advice on navigating startups and careers, from world-class practitioners.
The growth of the pseudonymous economy has been described as a trend as important as decentralization. But for the pseudonymous economy to reach its potential, we need pseudonymous founders. This is a playbook for founders thinking of starting companies pseudonymously, including why you might want to do it and tactics you can use to be successful.
In this guide, Ming Lu (founder of Sensible) and Vik Duggal (founder of RevPipes) draw from their decades of experience navigating the startup landscape to detail how to choose the right stage startup to join, and why that decision should be anchored in an accurate assessment of your risk tolerance and career priorities.
After decades of taking a back seat to the internet revolution, the next version of the Space Race has arrived. While much of the renewed public excitement around space tech is being driven by long-term visions like colonizing Mars, there are plenty of space-focused innovations happening closer to earth which will likely define the next decade.
Robbie Bent is the CEO & CO-Founder of Othership, a practice to help you regulate your nervous system. Previously, Robbie worked for the Ethereum foundation, co-founded Roamly, and worked as an investment banker. Here, he draws on his experience as a multi-time founder whose current startup is focused on using breathwork to empower founders and individuals alike to remove obstacles and avoid burnout, while maintaining a high level of performance over the long haul of their career, and their lives.
With immigration in particular, many founders will immediately jump to a conclusion to obtain a specific visa without strategizing which option will give them the most freedom in the shortest time. Before jumping to any premature conclusions and engaging just any immigration law firm to execute a non-optimal strategy, we’ve put together this guide to provide an overview of how to most effectively get permission to legally run your startup in the US.
Startup founders are the Olympic athletes of the business world, asked to push their emotional and cognitive faculties to extremes every day. But what’s the equivalent of training for the strenuous task of running a company? In this essay, Dr. Emily Anhalt, co-founder of Coa, argues that emotional fitness is key to success in the founder role, and gives us a guide on how to achieve it.
In this essay, Patrick Rivera, product engineer at Mirror.xyz, explains why web3 represents not just a slight iteration on existing products but the birth of the world’s first global internet-native economy, and what this tells us about the real significance of web3.
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A lot of us allow ourselves to be passively managed at work, even in roles that we really like. Managing up is important though, and it’s not just about getting ahead.
Here’s how to leverage your expertise in your field and get invited to podcasts, conferences, and even increase your job security.
Making a plan when you’re switching industries can be difficult. Here’s how to make a career transition with introspection, bravery, and community-support.
Depending on the role, having a distinct story, showing deep knowledge of the organization, and displaying passion and potential can be more important in the long run than traditional credentials. Here’s how to spot them in your next hire.
Community-led growth is our present and future. Almost every startup needs a community strategy and founders are starting to realize that community is a powerful moat. Here are five principles to help you understand the landscape.
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