We all have an idea of what a startup is. We may have a friend, a spouse, or a colleague from a previous day who started their own.
It may seem alluring given the economy that is changing into a place more for the individual leader. A place where the large sink like the Titanic. Why? Oversight, being too large, too old, lacking focus on the productivity and creativity of every member you hire. After all, if you hire someone, it’s so that they can produce the best for the organisation’s growth long term.
Am I right?
The reality of this startup movement, shall we call it, is changing and worth reading about.
We’ve lately come across insightful articles that we’d like to share with you about startups: Where they are popping up in the planet, why they can die, how they can last, and to consider starting a startup that is about providing an added value to your society.
What are your thoughts on startup life?