Why is this page organised the way it is❓
There are so many great books, blogs, tweets and podcasts about entrepreneurship - but I personally found choosing a starting point very difficult. Why?
Because reading about raising a Series A when you are still trying to find co-founders is nothing but confusing and intimidating.
On the other hand, once you’ve done the basic work and want to “get serious” you want hard facts, not motivational quotes. That’s why this page is organized as a knowledge hub and I have chosen to mix all the sources into bite-sized pieces of information.
Somehow - in one way or another, you are interested in startups and possibly joining or even founding one. You are trying to find out whether the whole startup world is “for you”.
You have decided you want to be an entrepreneur but are still unsure about the process - especially how to come up with business ideas.
Ok, you’ve got this. The idea is there, it’s crystal clear but now you need to make it a thing. You need a team - a prototype some knowledge and a plan.
All the nitty-gritty about the “actual founding” taking place - from legal forms to raising money.
You feel ready to found but what intimidates you most is whatever happens after the first year - and how somebody who starts as a founder is supposed to grow into CEO shoes?
You’ve read everything so far?
Great, now this Early Stage Mountain hopefully still seems intimidating - but you know where to start! Feel free to contact me if you have questions - or just want to drink a coffee and talk about what you or I am working on: email@example.com