Working in a startup environment, life is – by nature – a little unsettled. Casual small-talk questions like ‘how are things going?’ or ‘how’s work’, can often lead to doubting success, personal or professional. With startups, these are often one and the same.
So how do you learn to make the most of every day, and stay hungry for future success all at the same time? Startup founder Samantha Harrington, who has detailed her journey to define her startup’s success, says it’s simple: find success every day. Her other suggestions include celebrating the past, working in the present and letting your future be flexible.
Learn more about defining your startup’s – and your own – success, and more in this edition of Founders Flash.
- How to define your startup success (Forbes)
- Companies of the future: no CEO, no boss, managed by blockchain (Venture Beat)
- How to handle 5 success-derailing life challenges (Entrepreneur)
- How to be the CEO of your own life (Inc.)
- This incubator is creating the next generation of farmers (Fast Company)
- 8 phases of VC investment: what to expect when you raise capital (Tech Co.)