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Are People Less Upfront in California?

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Noah

We notice a funny dynamic in business when you a person asks you to follow up with them and then you never hear from them again.

Episode Description

We notice a funny dynamic in business when you a person asks you to follow up with them and then you never hear from them again. On this content-rich internal episode, Noah and Rex Pflueger chat about how "yes" often means "no" in California, when too much on the resume is a red flag, who really is the decision maker at a large investment firm, what we define as the "best" investment partners, and more.

Episode Breakdown

0:00- Intro

2:08- Filtering who is a good contact

3:47- Why does "yes" mean "no" now?

6:40- When too much on the resume is a red flag

7:40- Who is the decision maker?

10:15- Hot take: The best VCs are semi-retired

12:26- The definition of a best VC: returns vs. value-add

16:10- The change in investor accreditation status

18:22- Outro

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