I started blogging because I had (and still have) this problem of expressing how I feel. So by blogging my thoughts and sharing it, it’s much easier for me to do so face-to-face because I would assume that the people involved already know what I was going to say.
When I got into starting up, I wanted this blog to be an avenue where people can learn from my experiences in real-time and not just having one article that cramps all my experiences when Learnemy go big or go home. And I do feel happy when people asked me about my experiences in getting the YES! grant or the Founder Institute. It seems like before the start of every FI semester, I get a couple of people asking me about it.
I’m glad to be of help.
But I realized that this is not feasible for me to share my startup experiences the way I intended for a couple of reasons:
- It has sensitive information
- It may be offensive to some people
It may sound a little paranoid on my part but I don’t see why I shouldn’t err on the side of paranoia because ultimately, this is business. Plus, I don’t want to work with a partner or invest in a founder who can’t keeps her mouth shut (or fingers tied, in this case). I wouldn’t mind to share my experiences privately, just not an open platform like this.
So I’m compiling these posts into an ebook. Probably will sell it or give it away when Learnemy shuts it’s doors or get really ahead of the game.
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