I love how none of these “AI generated” tweets sound like anything I would tweet:

If 75% of your product’s revenue comes from 25% of your customers, what do you do about that?

(helping an e-commerce founder figure out their revenue model)

What (if any) are your favorite B2B products?

How many engineers does it take to build a successful product?

What’s the best product roadmap framework you’ve come across?

⚡️ (1) If you’re working on something you’re passionate about, there’s no better feeling than getting an email from someone you admire saying: Hey, I dug your podcast, keep up the great work!

⚡️ (2) If you’re working on something you’re passionate about, and someone you admire tells you they like what you’re doing, that’s even better.

If you’re building a product, and you know it solves a market need, what metrics do you use to measure success?

What’s the one thing you’ve done recently that made you feel good about your business?

The best ideas come from people not at the top of their field. The people are the leaders. The leaders are the followers.

—JP Morgan Chase

A lot of people ask me this question, and I usually respond with:

I don’t know. Ask the founders.

But, I’m sharing what I’ve learned from talking to some founders who have done it.

Apparently I’m a VC person or business influencer…

Grid alignment of the above tweets mocked-up with my avatar on it.