20 - Sam Altman - Later-Stage Advice
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Sam caps off the How to Start a Startup series with things you should ignore when you start, but become important a year in (after product-market fit). Thanks for watching How to Start a Startup. Hope you learned a ton!

From YC Startup Class - How to Start a Startup - Stanford CS183B

Lecture Transcript: tech.genius.com/Sam-altman-lecture-20-closing-thoughts-and-later-stage-advice-annotated

See the slides at startupclass.samaltman.com/courses/lec20/

Discuss this lecture: startupclass.co/courses/how-to-start-a-startup/lectures/64049

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