It’s Great When Nobody Cares About Your Startup, by Phil Morle

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2014-03-13

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 clip, Phil Morle, the Co-Founder of Pollenizer, a full service startup investment machine based in Australia, explains that while it can be troubling, nobody initially caring about your startup can also be a great learning experience.

Phil was previously named the best Startup Mentor in Australia for his dedication to local entrepreneurs. To hear more from Phil, apply now to the Sydney Founder Institute.

According to Phil;

Our job is to move people away to a point where they care. It's great because it means you can experiment with people." - Phil Morle


If you could benefit from expert training and feedback to launch a company, apply to the Founder Institute today. We are currently accepting applications across Australia, in PerthSydney, and Melbourne, and many other cities worldwide 

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