StartupDigest Reading List – October 28, 2011by StartupDigest on October 29, 2011
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What You Need to Read This Week
Every day more people at large companies tell us that they want to join a startup. Here’s what that change is like.
Not every startup you join will lead to an exit, but every one should build lasting relationships. Don’t be that guy who jumps from place to place just trying to grab a piece of the next big thing.
If you’re thinking of joining a startup, how do you know if it’s the right one? Here is the perspective of Keith Rabois, who’s worked at PayPal, Slide, LinkedIn, and Square.
Here’s a view from the other side of the table when hiring goes wrong at a startup.
By Kenji Crosland
A big portion of joining a startup is getting out there and putting yourself in uncomfortable places. Here are some thoughts on meeting people, especially in a group setting.
By Gabriel Weinberg
This post doesn’t fit this week’s theme at all, but it was so good that I had to include it.
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