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Starting Up: Two Great Posts from the 37signals Folks

Posted on April 23, 2008

Are you sure you want to be in San Francisco?

David makes some great points in this article. He discusses what the Bay Area is good at in terms of startups and what it isn’t so good at. He also urges us to think outside the Valley in terms of starting a company. Good stuff and I couldn’t have said it better myself (which is why I didn’t and am just linking to his post).

Quit your job!

Easier said than done right? Sure, but Sarah has penned an inspirational article with some great entrepreneurial examples that will get anyone off their butts and starting up a business. She also notes that you don’t have to try to be the next Google. She suggests that if you do what you love you will be happier and more successful and that success could translate into millions even if you never thought it would (and if it doesn’t but you have a nice business and are happy - so what?). I know I have always stuck to doing what I love to do and everything else has seemed to follow.

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  1. Ryan Graves June 2, 2008 10:19 pm

    Those guys at 37signals really know whats up. I agree that is a great article.
    I’m in Milwaukee and agree that you don’t necessily have to be in the Valley to start a start-up. That doesn’t mean Milwaukee is the right place either, haha! I miss the Chi.