You can only get startup advice from one person - who is it?

Ty Hitzeman
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Everyone has an opinion on how to build a startup, especially those who haven't done it well. I want to know the one person who you trust the most on the topic.

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I think the most important thing is the stories of people working in the same job!
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@kimsuyeon agreed! A lot of the generic advice doesn't translate well to other industries
I have a few quite successful entrepreneur friends. While their products can be very different from mine (corepo.org), their advice is always welcomed :) Honestly for people who'd be tempted of answering someone like Musk (as I've seen in interviews), I don't think taking advice from billionaires is a good idea, as you can't compare their situation with yours
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@rubenwolff Jealous about the successful entrepreneur friends! Good point. Another tricky thing about copying the giants like Musk is that their approaches have evolved a lot since their startup days. What he's done now might not have worked during his early days
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Elon Musk
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@gleb_braverman agree, me too :)
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There are so many people. I wish I could take advice from Steve Jobs
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@jaskiran_kaur It'd be interesting to see his take on Apple now and how things have changed
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@tyhitzeman True Ty!!!
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Musk because of the variety of companies he's built. Tesla is way different from Paypal for example.
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@between_team True! Would love to hear what mental models he has that cross over
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I think Jeff Bezos will be great to get advice. Amazon has become so popular across the globe. Great Marketing strategies too.