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Moon Audio's Startup Recipe For Success

Friends +Drew Baird and +Nichole Baird at my favorite #startup reminded me why they and the company they've created for high-end audiophiles is so special: 

I've met many #startups  and most have a single issue on their mind - how to scale, win and be heroes. Drew, Nichole, and the team at demonstrate what it takes to succeed daily:

* Love what you do
* Do what you love no matter what
* Express your inner artist in product and treatment of people
* Share, Share and Share some more
* Be more generous than deserved
* Rinse and Repeat

We live in a strange time, a time where it is easy to forget what really matters. I had to battle #cancer  to discover the single word answer to what matters - people. Life is always about relationships you create, experiences you value, and the journey you and we are all on. 

Sirens sing a seductive and misleading chorus. I like's low prices, but I LOVE because Drew and Nichole are a light in the tunnel, a light for all garage bands, growth hackers and dreamers. Do what you love, love what you are doing and who you are doing it with and life is good, scale happens and you hear guitars and trumpets you've never heard before. 

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Why Do People LOVE & HATE Startups?

Why Do People LOVE & HATE Startups? | Startup Revolution |

Why Do People LOVE & HATE Startups?
Biggest startup haters? Answer: Other Startups. To be fair the VAST majority of fellow startups at the American Tobacco Campus and American Underground are AWESOME and HELPFUL.

Some have been abusive and mean. We got to thinking about what might be making some fellow #startups so snarky and angry. We think it may be the process.

This post shares the strange WALK THIS WAY undercurrent inside the startup ecosysem and wonders if David Amerland's New Value System might "beat the dogs" less and accomplish more.

We've been down this road so many times in life. Going to football camp as a kid first thing everyone had to know was if you could get hit. The next thing everyone wanted to know was could YOU hit. So much testosterone so little time (lol).

Why do you think people love or hate startups? Share your experiences and I will curate into the post. Thanks and have a great weekend. Marty