Ever funder, rightly, loves “leverage,” as in “each dollar I put in brought in another four dollars of additional funding.”
What’s not to love?
Except of course that getting leverage means you’re giving up control. There are more folks around the table, more great ideas being kicked around, and, yes, more expectations and priorities to manage.
All good, unless you’ve decided that doing it your way is more important than getting it done.
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More people, ideas, expectations, and priorities. The harder it is, the more rewarding it is.