I like the story of Johnny Appleseed. Sometimes I feel a bit like him, planting seeds (starting companies) and watching them grow.
As I told a good and wealthy friend yesterday, I think I will be tempted in the future, if my harvest ever comes, to stop doing startup companies myself, but instead, to just teach and write and blog about all the ideas that I think should happen.
I currently have a list of about 50 ideas that I believe could turn into viable companies. I often wake up in the middle of the night (Brock Blake calls this “The Curse”) with a new idea, or first thing in the morning a new thought will strike me.
Photo by Thomas Hawk.
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