The more startups you build, the higher the chance to get to a billion dollars

when I looked at the billion-dollar companies in my study, I unearthed a compelling pattern. Almost 60 percent of those founders had previous experience as startup founders. Not as early employees of startups—but as founders, and in most cases as founding CEOs. Some of their prior ventures were massive successes; some were catastrophic failures. The thing that seems to matter is doing it more than once.


This is one of the many passages I read in books and articles on a daily basis. They span many disciplines, including art, artificial intelligence, automation, behavioral economics, cloud computing, cognitive psychology, enterprise management, finance, leadership, marketing, neuroscience, startups, and venture capital.

I occasionally add a personal note to them.

The whole collection is available here.