From the bloggers at Linked In.
Three years ago I was working for a start up in Austin selling software. I took the job because I wanted to dip my toe into the start up community. Everyone and their mom was launching a start up and since I’d just graduated from college, it was the only route that really interested in me.
I wanted to build something from the ground up. I wanted to be my own boss, solve a real problem, and interact with real people.
What I found in the start up community was almost the opposite of my original vision.
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