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Vinod Khosla: Be Wary of “Stupid Advice” | Stanford Graduate School of Business

LessThunk: Recommended reading; I especially like this comment:

 

He gives short shrift to his fellow VCs, saying, “90% really add no value, and I truly believe 70% of them reduce the potential of a company.” Business consultants? Less accurate than a bunch of monkeys throwing darts. Journalists? Why pay attention to an English major? asks Khosla, a 1980 Stanford Graduate School of Business alumnus.

 

 

Vinod Khosla: Be Wary of “Stupid Advice” | Stanford Graduate School of Business.


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