It was six times quicker to launch Rnwl, my current startup, than my previous one. The level of complexity, product novelty, and financial requirements are particularly similar between the two. Yet this time it took me just four months to build the product, the team and the funding to a satisfactory level whereas it took nearly 24 months to get to a similar position with my previous startup, SyndicateRoom (SR). What was it that allowed me to deliver so much faster? And why is it that serial entrepreneurs seem to execute far faster than they did their first-time around? Sure,… This story continues at The Next Web

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