Do you have any experiences from your early stages in venture investing, any lessons you learned that you can pass onto our readers?
I mean, there's so many lessons. You want to understand everything from start to finish. Cause, you know, you invest in the beginning and you want to understand the instrument you're investing in, right? Whether it's a convertible note, or it's a price offering and you're buying shares in the company, you wanna understand the exit process and what that looks like. You want to understand the company and how they make money and how they're gonna grow as well. I mean, there's so many parts to it. I'm trying to just stay high level because I'm sure there's going to be a lot of people reading this who aren't venture experts. But on a high level, you really want to understand what you're actually getting when you invest. And you also want to understand what the endgame for the company is and what the company does. If you can understand those three pieces and get comfortable with that, you have a pretty good investment thesis.