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How to evaluate founder exits  

Elad Gil with yet another excellent article, this one covering how to evaluate exits, as a founder, from a financial perspective:

(...) as an entrepreneur you should never go somewhere you think you will be miserable, even if it seems to pay more over multiple years. Entrepreneurial people tend to quit more often and more easily, so don't mislead yourself on how long you can stick out working for someone else.

All this is definitely in the "nice problem to have" category, and will not be a worry for most entrepreneurs, but if you're going through the process or planning to at some point, you should definitely have a read.

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