Startup Advice Every Early-Stage Founder Should Hear

The folks at GeekWire have been providing great coverage of the Dallas Startup Week, and earlier this week they posted a summary of tips and advice for early-stage startup founders from Lee Blaylock, a former Oracle executive, current serial entrepreneur and investor, and Who@ founder. Blaylock’s advice is sage, and every startup founder should hear it. Blaylock’s primary points of emphasis were to focus on building a great team, focus on building a product that either solves a major problem or is so compelling people can’t go without it, and focus on execution – don’t worry about exits too early, don’t try to do too much too soon, and block out meaningless noise.

You can check out GeekWire’s full article here: Startups 101: Here is advice for founders raising an early stage round