Introducing The Runway
This is the last post from The Troublemaker's Guide (or not?)
Three months ago I decided to start an adventure and move my private journaling routine into public space. Why? Because writing helps me to calm monkeys jumping around my head, while my findings and thoughts are probably quite universal to the wide community of startup founders.
Paul Graham said, ‘Writing is the best form of thinking’, and I believe that works perfectly for me.
I’m excited about the project and even more thrilled with some tweaks and pivots I’d like to announce today!
When planning The Troublemaker’s Guide I had a vision of a wiki-alike blog about startup disruption, beating markets, setting industry fires, etc.
My writings, however… shifted in a totally different direction.
Looking at my posts you won’t find any “tips to hack the market”. What you will read about is the founder’s well-being, work performance, thinking traps, decision-making, etc.
I’m smiling right now because these 3 months came with an extra, unexpected reward. After 10 years since I got my degree in psychology, I finally see where it scores!
if it’s not the titular Guide…
and not so much about Troublemaking…
it’s time to make some adjustments that will mirror what the newsletter is truly about.
It’s not a runway. It’s The Runway.
Money fuels our companies. We all know that.
But what powers us?
How long is our inner runway?
This is what I write about. That’s my everyday reality as a founder.
So, what changes?
Not so much!
This is the last post of The Troublemaker’s Guide.
Don’t get surprised as the next email in your inbox will arrive from The Runway.