Nivi · April 24th, 2008
We usually quote other people’s genius in our Twitter feed but, once in a while, we throw in a tweet of our own. Here are a few of the popular ones:
You don’t need permission to start a company. From investors, co-founders, or anyone else.
Trying to recruit while you’re in “stealth mode” is like punching yourself in the balls (see picture).
Better to do the right thing wrong than the wrong thing right.
Sales: Always be closing. Product: Always be releasing. (Sam Purtill replies, “Engineers: Always be coding.”)
Advice is for learning, not copying.
Don’t ask investors what they think. Ask your customers.
Competitors copy success, not ideas.
Traction speaks louder than words.
By the way, I figured out which tweets were popular by looking for entries that people “liked” in my FriendFeed.
Image Source: RobbinsSports.