Every entrepreneur faces the moment: nothing is working, and it feels like everything is stacked against you. You have a decision. Should you give up and cut your losses, or do you push through and find a way to make your company work?
In a world of blogs and conferences celebrating the most recent overnight success, these are the tales that aren’t often told.
We’re launching a new podcast, “The Moment When,” that explores these stories. How do you find the strength to carry on and make your company a success when all logic says you have no shot? What does it really take to make your company a success?
In our first episode, I’m delighted to share an interview with my close friend Bill Nussey.
Bill shares some great stories ranging from being a (very) young entrepreneur, starting his second business in college, joining the prestigious Greylock venture-capital firm, and then running several venture-backed companies.
Bill shares his experiences with these different companies, and talks about a few moments when the odds were stacked against him, and how he was able to rally a team to dig their way out.