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Your Job is to Kill Your Stupid Idea, According to Adeo Ressi

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2015-11-05

The Mentor Minute gives you exclusive startup video clips from the Founder Institute's worldwide network of 4,400+ mentors. For more Mentor Minutes, visit our Startup Founder 101 YouTube Channel

In this episode of the Mentor Minute, Adeo Ressi, CEO of the Founder Institute, explains the necessity of being honest with your startup ideas.

According to Adeo:

You should be talking about your idea all the time, soliciting feedback as much as possible and not worrying about people stealing your ideas."

  

Your Job is to Kill Your Stupid Idea, According to Adeo Ressi

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