In this episode, I interview Graham Lawlor, Founder/CEO of Ultra Light Startups. In this interview – Graham Lawlor gives his thoughts on individual founders vs. startups founded by teams and shares what he believes to be the most important focus areas that any bootstrapped startup should have right out of the gate.
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If getting funding was easy, it wouldn't be called "getting funding."
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