Everyone likes New Year’s Inspiration this time of year; this interview is perfect to scratch that itch.
This is the fourth installment in my “Uncommon Interview” series — interviews where we get right into the meat and dispense with pleasantries or “how did you get into this business” sorts of fluff.
On the other side of this radio interview are Adelaide Lancaster and Amy Abrams, both founders of their own startups, both coaches and mentors to dozens of other startups over the years, and who together created and still run the In Good Company co-working space for women entrepreneurs in New York City.
After years of toil, Amy and Adelaide noticed that many startup founders were unhappy and unfulfilled, and decided to get to the bottom of why, and then figure out how to fix it. After thousands of hours and hundreds of interviews, they produced their own manifesto on the subject, encoded in their book: The Good Enough Company. (That’s a link to their website, not an Amazon affiliate link.)
I think this is a critically important subject, and one that gets almost no attention from the hot-rods of the tech blogosphere, myself included. So let’s address it right now.
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