A very principled individual, maker, family man, software architect, and startup specialist.
Knowing how to brainstorm ideas fearlessly and select carefully the most exceptional one or two that are market ready ideas is core to being an entrepreneur. If you know how to find what it's important to work on and why, but you don't have the necessary experience scaffolding a startup in order to launch, test, iterate, and eventually deliver valuable content within the resources that you already possess. Then you better have an IVY league education, a bunch of friends who will work for you indefinitely for free, and the ability to live in an AirBNB bunk bed for a long time. Or the benefit of being able to have a sherpa of sorts who knows these mountains and can get you to the top with 2x-4x less likelihood of dying on the way up.
Marc is one of those Sherpas.
Yes you need a deck to raise money, but there is nothing standing between you and your amazing prototype except a little time and stress. Or a lot of time and stress, but that's only if you're right about your first hypothesis. Take it from author Peter Sims, it's a gorilla tactics world for entrepreneurs to succeed you need to know how to place Little Bets and really pay close close attention to your audiences reactions. From there you can find your Aha moments and capitalize on them.
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