VC Minute – quick advice to help startup founders fundraise better.
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Happy Wednesday, everybody. I hope that you’re going to GSD today just like I am. I want to share just a couple of quick updates today.
First up, did you know we’re on Substack? Allyson Plosko from the SpringTime team has started writing a bi-weekly newsletter. I’ve been on there and I’ve been kind of hit or miss about it, but Allyson is an incredible writer and her post from two weeks ago was awesome.
Head over to sub stack and search for the VC minute. Or go to vcminute.co and in there you’ll see a box where you can subscribe to our Substack newsletter. It’s amazing to have Allyson contribute; she’s a great writer. So definitely sign up for that.
Second, I am so grateful for you listening to the VC minute subscribing catching every episode. Have you gone in and given it a five star review in iTunes or Spotify? I would be so grateful if you did that. Thank you.
And then I have a fun little story for you that is not related to fundraising. VC minute is not the first time that I have tried to shed some light on an otherwise opaque world. Back in 1997, I graduated from college. Yes, that was 1997 and I am that old.
And I wrote a guide to freshmen survival for a friend who was starting college the next year at the same school at St. Bonaventure, where I went to school. The title of that booklet that I wrote? “Beer Is My Bodyguard.” And no, you can not find it on the internet and no, I’m not going to share it. It’s so cringe.
But this is part of my DNA. I love to share, and to guide, and to help people learn the lessons that maybe I’ve learned the hard way or that other people have learned. If I can shed some light in that way, that is, that is fulfilling for me. Just by you listening to the VC Minute means so much to me. Thanks have a great day.
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