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The Chomp #064: OOO

The Chomp
The Chomp #064: OOO
By Cody McCauley  • Issue #64 • View online
Hey Everyone 👋 ,
Welcome back to The Chomp—your biweekly dose of the top emerging business trends and the best strategic thinking content from the internet and beyond.
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Quick PSA
I’m traveling for vacation this week and will be taking some time to reset, so new article to share this week.
🔗 Chum Bucket
🗓 Tweet of the Week
Chris Bakke
Building a $100m company:

1980s: After selling 94% of your company to VCs for a $3m check and spending 15 years to get $50m in revenue, your co is worth $100m.

2020s: After spending 2 years at Stripe, where you were promoted twice, you buy a domain and your co is worth $100m.
📚 Books
Currently Reading
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💭 Parting Thoughts
On April 28th, 2003, Apple launched the iTunes music store. The store initially started selling music for $.99 a song, forever changing the music industry. (Source)
“What convinces is conviction. You simply have to believe in the argument you are advancing: if you don’t, you’re as good as dead”
— Robert Caro
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This newsletter is created and authored by Cody McCauley and is published and provided for informational purposes only. The information in the newsletter solely constitutes Cody’s own opinions. None of the information contained in the newsletter constitutes—or should be construed as—investment advice.
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