Should Everyone Join A Startup?

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Great Freakonomics episode on joining a rock band and being a successful rockstar. Very similar to tech start-ups irononically.

Zanes, “I think that the music business is best for those who have a capacity to weather a chain of disappointments. You know, ’cause if you can only handle one, you should probably go work at the florist, you know?”

http://freakonomics.com/2015/11/12/should-everyone-be-in-a-rock-band-a-new-freakonomics-radio-podcast/

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The Tom Vu mantra: Don't give up.  Failure and disappointment are gifts.  Ask anyone who's become successful.

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Right Randy!  Perseverance is extremely important in life.

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