Walker Twitter Highlights: December 1st – 21st

by Scott Edward Walker on December 22nd, 2014

I’m using Twitter as a form of micro-blogging to share interesting articles, posts and podcasts relating to entrepreneurship and startups, M&A and legal issues.  Below are my five most popular tweets for the past three weeks and a couple of blog-related tweets.  Cheers, Scott

Top 5 Tweets

  1. Solid advice for founders via @Jason: “You just want to be as candid as possible with your investors…” http://bit.ly/1wf2iwd  (at 6:20)
  2. Quora: “How do investors define traction for a startup?” A few solid responses: http://bit.ly/1IVUp4d 
  3. “Y Combinator tells founders who raise money to act as if it’s the last they’ll ever get.” -Paul Graham http://bit.ly/1wXZ7L0 
  4. Quora: [W]hat…are the best strategies for retaining the maximum equity in a startup, as you receive funding? http://bit.ly/1FQumck 
  5. The Rise and Fall of a Rainmaker: http://nyti.ms/1GzbVXW   “It’s hard to imagine that 20 years of effort could be wiped out in this fashion.”

Walker Blog-Related

  1. “[A] lot of people get caught-up in the game of venture & trying to build entities… [they] shouldn’t be.” –@bgurley http://bit.ly/1zjNiNs 
  2. “You should take the approach that you’re wrong… Your goal is to be less wrong.” –@elonmusk http://bit.ly/13NS5wk  (at 2:56)

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