我的失败与伟大 —— 上市之后的规划


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《我的失败与伟大》系列创业心得终于完成啦,撒花😘

18个月创业,1个月撰写,总算憋出了10篇文章,该说的、想说的、能说的,都说了。痛快!

不过,作为创业菜鸟,我才勉强完成了从0到1,离上市还差了十万八千里,何谈规划呢?玩了一把标题党,请大家息怒🙇

当然,这么做也不是全无意义;我跟许多想要创业的朋友们聊过,他们开口就是对未来的美好憧憬:

等我们融到资了就怎么怎么样,等我们有X万用户了就怎么怎么样,等我们的市场占有率达到X%了就怎么怎么样……

乐观很好,鸡汤很好,可问题是,这些都是从0到1,甚至是从1到10之后的事;大多数来自成功创业者的分享,都把获取第一桶金的辛酸一笔带过,这最难的从0到1,往往被他们给(有意)忽略了。如果作为读者的你也跟着忽略,那就要了亲命了。

我刚开始创业时,就有意识地给自己打了预防针,让自己不要太早“仰望星空”。没想到,创业之后,发现真刀真枪竟比纸上谈兵难10倍,于是把喝过的鸡汤一口一口吐了出来。因此,曾在我面前描绘过宏伟蓝图,却被我哗地泼过冷水的朋友,希望你们能明白我的良苦用心呀🙏

其实,关于上市,我还真有过思考;它可以视作是创业的一个 里程碑。我回想了一下自己曾达到的2个里程碑:

  1. 能够跟英语母语人士无障碍流利沟通;
  2. 出版《iOS应用逆向工程》。

然后发现,其实在到达里程碑之后,我并未沾沾自喜,而是异常平静;就像一个登山者,翻越了一座高山,欣赏了山顶美景,稍作调整,就要向下一座高山进发了。

就像乔布斯说的那样:

You always have to keep pushing to innovate. Dylan could have sung protest songs forever and probably made a lot of money, but he didn’t. He had to move on, and when he did, by going electric in 1965, he alienated a lot of people. His 1966 Europe tour was his greatest. He would come on and do a set of acoustic guitar, and the audiences loved him. Then he brought out what became The Band, and they would all do an electric set, and the audience sometimes booed. There was one point where he was about to sing “Like a Rolling Stone” and someone from the audience yells “Judas!” And Dylan then says, “Play it fucking loud!” And they did. The Beatles were the same way. They kept evolving, moving, refining their art. That’s what I’ve always tried to do - keep moving. Otherwise, as Dylan says, if you’re not busy being born, you’re busy dying.

创业者永远在路上。享受每一段旅程吧!

(《我的失败与伟大》全系列完)

后记

如果说这系列文章是我初次创业的里程碑,那么达成之日,便是我寻找下一座高山之时。18个月的修炼让我不再畏惧任何困难,无论是工作还是创业,我都有信心圆满完成任务;放马过来吧👊

世事变迁,但 结识优秀人才加入出色团队从事核心工作 的初心不变。不管您是三选其一,抑或万事俱备,我都希望您能不吝赐教。请在邮件中简要介绍您的情况,我定仔细阅读,奉上简历。谢谢!


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