Stop innovating on the wrong things

Founders by definition have no limit to their job responsibilities, so they often get pulled in a millions directions at once.

Meanwhile they’ve heard stories of founder heroes that did everything from scratch — building the entire tech stack, picking paint colors and designing every inch and angle of the office, walking on water — and believe that to be successful they must get this granular about every aspect of their startup.

In this episode of Dalton & Michael we’ll discuss the downsides of trying to “innovate” on best practices and why that can make it less likely a company succeeds.

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