7/15/2013

It's critical for startup founders to focus initially on succeeding in a narrow market and on creating a superb customer experience, says Paul Graham, co-founder of Y Combinator. "I have never once seen a startup lured down a blind alley by trying too hard to make their initial users happy," he notes. In addition, it's important to spend time recruiting users and to understand how fragile an early stage company can be, he says.

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