David Dunning

  • The Biggest Reason It’s Hard to Recognize Genius

    … at first like bad ideas,” writes Paul Graham, business essayist and founder of Y-Combinator. Graham has worked with hundreds of startups, including billion-dollar behemoths like Dropbox and Airbnb. “If a good idea were obviously good, someone else would already have done it. So the most successful founders tend to work on ideas that few beside them…

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