Entrepreneurs need to see the future, building products and services that meet the needs of future customers. As an investor, you need to be able at least tell when such a vision is likely to happen, and separate those from lovely visions that are unlikely to ever be reality.
What does good timing look like?
Let’s look at an example of how timing and luck play out.
When the world gives you a pandemic, make lemonade.
The next time you see a startup pitch, step back from the good/bad feeling and think about which part of the pitch were current reality and which were visions of the future.
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