Startup community fatigue

This week, we talk about being burnt out on all the startup communities out there and a bunch of other stuff.

Some other topics from this week:
  • Rick is getting ready for open enrollment, and he explains the history behind why health insurance is sold all at the same time in the U.S.
  • Tyler has been talking to customers a lot recently.
  • Tyler is using "revenue per employee" as a simple guide for whether or not LACRM can afford to hire employees.
  • Wildbit shows what it means to "startup to last" after celebrating their 20-year anniversary.
  • Rick is interested in grain.co.
  • Instagram/Facebook are a cancer upon humanity and they should be destroyed. Or they should let Rick log into his account. Either way.
  • We discuss how Less Annoying CRM could package and position their product in a future where they have multiple sub-products all within the same app.

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