Sunday, October 23, 2005

Ideas And Execution

Ideas And Execution
Paul Graham is back with another essay, this time with some thoughts on why a great idea is only a small part of building a successful startup.

Paul has some great insights, like how expressing your idea as a question helps you explore your idea, or how great companies usually require at least two founders, who discuss ideas together, come up with insights on their own, and then come back together to refine those concepts.

Of course, if you need an idea for a startup, I have 18 pages worth, and I'd be happy to let you have one for the right price!

No comments: