11 lessons from venture capitalist Fred Wilson

As a sales oriented founder or CEO, it's easy to be misled by early revenue and fall into the trap of thinking you've already nailed product market fit. It's a common mistake and one of the top reasons for startup failure. As a venture capitalist Fred Wilson not only backs some of the most successful tech companies, he also advises founders on how to avoid this and numerous other pitfalls that can kill startups. This article shares some of his most important lessons on product development, social networks, investment and management.

[Read the full article on cbinsights.com] 

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