The art of important work, of making a ruckus and of inventing the future

The art of important work, of making a ruckus and of inventing the future

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New Entrepreneurs teach VCs, not the other way around. And I was lucky early in my career to back Seth Godin, who taught me a lot. When I met Seth, he was writing books and building a web company. I backed that web company, Yoyodyne, which exited to Yahoo! a few...
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