While startup founders and leaders begin full of optimism and energy, busy calendars and stressful meetings can make even the most hopeful of entrepreneurs tired and stressed.
The first year of any new business can be daunting; a make-or-break experience with many ups and downs along the way. Luckily, plenty of entrepreneurs have survived their first year and shared their advice with Tech Co. for other struggling leaders.
Read the advice and insight from 12 startup founders, and more in this edition of Founders Flash.
- 12 entrepreneurs share their first-year lessons in business (Tech Co.)
- Why you should let artificial intelligence creep into your business (Inc.)
- Why being good at your job doesn't make you a leader (Entrepreneur)
- is once again named the most innovative state in U.S. (BostInno)
- Startup School will soon be in session at Y Combinator (Tech Crunch)
- GM will now let you ‘share’ a car for a whole month, parking and insurance included (The Verge)