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FoundersList Podcast podcast.

June 29, 2020

Every week Chris Kim interviews guests that speak to the founder experience. We bring you actionable insights, relatable stories, expert tips, lively debates, and - just maybe - a small break from the unrelenting pressure that usually comes with being a founder.

FoundersList Podcast is the official podcast of FoundersList.com, a place for founders to connect, launch ideas/products, find recommended professionals/service-providers, and more!



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Philip Camilleri is a founder of FoundersList, and previously the co-founder and CTO of SmartAsset. He shares his thoughts on finding a technical cofounder, what makes a tech cofounder successful, how business cofounders can appeal to their tech counterparts, and the right mindset and communication skills needed to forge a strong founding team.

Updated on June 28

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Saif talks with Asra Nadeem, the President of Draper University, about how to get the most out of startup ecosystems, starting a new company during Covid-19, and resources available to new entrepreneurs. Check out some of Draper University’s programs and a special deal for FoundersList on our Deals page.

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Chris speaks with Victor Marks about asking the right kinds of questions, the importance of specificity, the perils of cofounding a hardware startup, and the long and winding road toward a different, more human/less profitable, definition of success.


Victor mentioned Lewis Carroll, Douglas Adams, Steve Blank, and the A-Team van in this episode & is consequently rising up the ranks of our favorite people.


Also,



  • Malinda Coler talks about her startup, LessonsUp, and

  • We highlight our June giveaway, a 1-year subscription to Stacklist

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In the very first episode of the Founderslist Podcast we talk with the delightful Amber Christian, founder of Wonderly Software, and developer of Bella Scena. Amber talks about her founder journey, bootstrapping, human-centered design, selling into enterprise as a startup, and continuous integration.
We then hear from Travis Jungroth about his nascent startup Highly Composite, and finish with a message from FoundersList founder Philip Camillieri. We hope you enjoy our inaugural effort at podcasting, and we’d love to hear from you! We can be reached at podcasts@founderslist.com or through our website, founderslist.com.
Thanks for listening!

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