We have made some exciting changes here at SafeStack.
Lessons learned when life gets messy and you’re elbow deep
So far, if 2018 was a person, I would probably describe them as the sort of person that you’d welcome with a smile as a potential new friend before shortly realizing your mistake and spending the next 7 months trying to get them to leave again.
Musings and retrospectives for SafeStack’s 3rd Birthday
One of the most nerve wracking parts of founding a company in those early years is the constant stream of armchair critics keen to tell you that 85% of companies fail and only a small number make it.
Today ISANZ announced their finalists for New Zealand Security Company of the Year. SafeStack is not on that list.
Sadly we don’t all work for Silicon Valley or San Francisco unicorns.
It is a rare day that you invite a tax inspector into your home to celebrate your success.
If there is one thing I have learned in the last 18 months, it’s people are tricky. Finding them, hiring them, helping them grow… it doesn’t matter what you are trying to do, working with people is hard.
It may not come as a surprise to you but there is a high correlation between those people who embark on the entrepreneur path and those of us with well developed egos.
A good friend of mine once said that “a startup without money is just a hobby”.