Hello I Am A Genius

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Rob rolled up his sleeves and got one of our associates (all of them have Harvard BS degrees) to tap out the term sheet for our latest investment, WFH. He wasn't allowed to hit the vape when we signed it either, so he probably remembers whatever the terms were best.

Anyway, we love open communities and sharing. It's one of those core value things here at a19s. 

We couldn't be happier to announce that we've posted our term sheet for WFH on Genius, fully annotated by Mr. Rob Spectre himself.

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Really Great Board Meetings

There comes a time when board meetings become more for real. It happens gradually at first and then it happens suddenly, so we've compiled a few helpful tips to help smooth the transition.


You need to begin by calibrating our minds to the latest data on your business. Try not to use too many slides but pack every detail you can on each one. Some of our favorite slides are the ones where you feel like you have no idea what the slide even says because it's so full of great information.

Help us by covering everything, no matter how nuanced. This is, by far, the best way to maximize our ability to steer your ship.

Maximize Time With Investors

We understand your business better than anyone. It is up to you to extract as much wisdom from our minds as possible. Maximizing your time with us ...

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Google has reinvented itself out of nowhere. No leaks. No warning at all. Alphabet takes its place as the entity that is publicly traded, run by Larry, Sergey, and Eric, and Google is now focused on being a great machine learning company.

The question on everyone's minds, is whether or not Alphabet+ will replace the beast that was Google+. G+'s circles methodology was game changing. I remember when I first tried it. It was like people, out there in the world, just letting data flow out from them to the Google+'s and all anyone had to do to tap in was reach out and grab on. It's like they say, if someone offers you a seat on a rocket ship, you don't ask where your seat is, you just get on.

And so here we are many years later. Lots of great lessons were learned ...

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