Designers will design, developers will develop, and why you must stop them

Leonard Teo, CEO of ArtStation, on how he almost killed the project before – eventually – successfully launching it: We were far behind schedule with a product I had allowed to become too complex. Whenever I needed a change that should have taken 5 minutes, it took days or even weeks. […] I had allowed […]

How quitting my corporate job for my startup dream f*cked my life up

Doing a startup was a long journey and I was putting myself under so much pressure by giving such a f*ck about what other people think. Day by day, I was getting lonelier and more depressive as I avoided social occasions. My startup progress was not as fast as my social circle imagined it to […]

Startup lessons from a crime boss

Interesting things happen when we cut out the middleman. In addition to reducing cost, we often end up creating an internal byproduct that can be productized and sold to a completely new customer. (Amazon Web Services is an example of this.) Sometimes the middleman’s market is so huge, that a freaking enormous business can be […]