Sameer, Allen, and Jenna discus hiring, leadership, and time management frameworks for founders to plan for their startups future.
- How Metabase creates “analytics for humans”
- Why startups should implement operational processes from day one and how to lay the foundation for your future
- Why Metabase chooses the path of least drama
- The value of having a writing heavy culture and Metabase’s practice of documenting their unanswered questions
- Three questions to ask when debriefing projects
- A founder’s job as an editor not a writer
- How to create a culture that organically promotes ownership
- A new framework to approach hiring and the single question Sameer asks before bringing on new team members
- How Sameer and Allen organize their time and the importance of asking the question: What is the one thing I can do today that will change the company's odds of success?
- Why sleep is the greatest indicator of your performance
- Sameer and Allen’s personal routines as founders and how establishing one helps you navigate the ebbs and flows of your business
- Why all startups are unique and the importance of being self aware of the strengths you have at this company, not your last
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