As my startup scales, when do we need to revisit our business vision and mission statement — and should we shift them in the face of growth?
Cool and illustrative examples from the real world as well as the DIY templates for tied to each chapter
Some of the points being made contradicted each other, so things felt a bit cherry-picked
This is an ebook early startup founders and young entrepreneurs can appreciate. It's less about what makes a startup matter, and more of a guide for you to build (or rebuild) a startup around the question, What matters to you?
In the end though, it's tough to feel totally empowered. Where do we go from here? We're left with the feeling our next step might be to join The Happy Startup School. Great marketing and an excellent pep talk, but we'd rather some more actionable advice at the end to take us from philosophy to real-world impact. Isn’t that the worst trap a startup founder can fall into? Focusing too much on the philosophy?