Being part of a startup, whether you own it or you work at one, changes you as a person. There are a lot of opportunities to learn and improve yourself. It is safe to say that who you were at the early stages of your startup journey changes after you’ve been involved in it for a while or after you’ve left it – and this is a good thing.
In today’s episode of the show, Steli and Hiten talk about how there’s a huge opportunity for personal development at startups, how you stop growing when you don’t care anymore, how people struggle with creating an identity for themselves and much more.
Time Stamped Show Notes:
00:05 About today’s topic
01:14 Why this topic was chosen.
03:49 How there’s a huge opportunity for personal development at startups.
05:33 How there are a lot of people who get into venture capitalism but truly don’t know the job.
08:16 How you stop growing when you don’t care anymore.
10:33 How Hiten approaches tweeting these days.
10:47 How Hiten feels about how certain people tweet.
12:59 How startups demand growth from you.
17:13 How people struggle with creating an identity for themselves.
3 Key Points:
A startup is a venture that demands growth from you. If you created a startup, or even if you work in one, the amount of personal development opportunity that you have, I think, is almost as great as like joining the army. There are things you experienced in your life that truly have the potential to change you completely.