assume the customers know who has the best technology. You get up in the morning and go to a new set of buildings, and do things that you do not, ordinarily, enjoy doing. People think that what a business does is make essays on the handmaids money. But you can't get very far by trading things directly with the people who need them.
How to, make Wealth - Paul Graham Madf, make A Difference Foundation, Inc
I think your best bet would be to start or join a startup.
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Probably the reason this trick works so well is that when you have two choices and one is harder, the only reason you're even considering the other is laziness. You can have wealth without having money. And when you discover a new way to do things, its value is multiplied by all the people who use. Imagine the stress of working for the Post Office for fifty years. Startups are not magic. If IBM hadn't made this mistake, Microsoft would still have been a successful company, but it could not have grown so big so fast. And that's what you do, as well, when you go to work for a company. In that respect the Cold War teaches the same lesson as World War II and, for that matter, most wars in recent history. That's the difference between a startup and a restaurant or a barber shop. But in technology, you cook one thing and that's what everyone eats.