Over the couple that is last of, I’ve been working with some truly spectacular founders. One guy was a three-star general at one point. Another is in the U.S. because his research is so far ahead of the AI learning curve that the U.S. State Department issued him an o-1 ability visa that is extraordinary. Another had a doctorate and a collection of patents inside the title.

If you’re working at a VC company, it’sn’t uncommon to satisfy such people that are extraordinary. You’ll see a stream that is steady of waltzing in with pitch porches, prototypes and résumés. VCs take a quest that is perpetual discover and invest in extraordinary startups, those rare gems with the potential to disrupt markets, innovate industries, and disrupt the hell out of everything in sight. And if you have what it takes to attract such investment and thrive in the competitive startup ecosystem.Unfortunately if you’re an aspiring startup founder, you may wonder, what I’m witnessing away in the fundraising path at this time is the fact that if you don’t have founder-market that is perfect, fundraising is getting hard


Of course, that got me thinking about my startups that are own. Against the standards of fundraising today, none of my startups would’ve had a gnat’s shadow’s chance of raising money.(* if I map myself)