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Jim G.


Chino Hills, CA

Member since:

September 25, 2011

Why are you working for/with tech startups?

I dont really enjoy it to be honest, but I realize that I am good in this $0 to $3 million dollar space and come to really appreciate the boot strap chaos.

What problem are you trying to solve?

One of the most difficult aspects of starting up is the lack of cashflow. I would like to hear ideas and comments from other members on how they address this challenge.

Describe startup life.

Startup life for me is all about the hours. You must juggle several balls at the same time, and at any moment those balls could all come crashing down. You got to pick them all back up and start juggling again. it is about persistence and not letting those bad days ruin your stride.


CEO of California Telecom. Company is 3 years old, still consider myself a startup. Provide Phone and Internet services.

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