The ability for startup founders to evolve with sudden change and to improvise and create something powerful is vital.
A good partnership may bring a win-win outcome. It should be a balanced and respectful process, not a bad bargain or an attempt to rip off the other party.
We’ve certainly learned from corporate culture to be professional. But that culture can eat you up. You are losing your creativity, courage and motivation to try something new.
Smartphones and apps are everywhere. I have no privilege as a Beijinger over those who live in Xi’an or perhaps any other Chinese city.
With courage and effort, money and fame may follow in the future. As long as you know where the invisible ethical line is.
Everyone says that you can make sacrifices for your dreams. I’d say that magnifying motivation without losing the joy in daily work matters.
There’s a gap between your target and your performance. You need to fill that gap and do it fast. As a young startup, we are changing, growing, evolving like a chrysalis turning into a butterfly.
The swimmer knows how deep the sea is, but it does not mean he has to give up right away. Identify the risks you might face and overcome them. But it’s important to be honest.