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Aspiring entrepreneurs should build a company, not a product

Aspiring entrepreneurs should build a company, not a product Aspiring entrepreneurs should build a company, not a product
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(launching Next, company retreat with early employees)

More important than buidling a product, we are in the process of architecting a company. That will hopefully be much more incredible, the total would be much incredible than the sum of it parts.

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