As I continue to learn through work and from reading other companies that I follow, I recognize a trend that is pervasive even in the most high-tech of companies.
In almost every single personal finance and/or investment piece of advice somewhere in it is some form of a need to think “long term”.
As SaaS, marketplace and subscription companies blossomed in the past decade, so has a cottage industry of bloggers, thought-leaders and advisors on providing support on how to reduce churn.
Okay, for the last time … in a while anyway … The other thing that I learned when being a houseplant parent is that there is a lot of information devoted to easy-to-care for houseplants.
In this week’s issue of Circle of Competence (#142) (highly recommended), one of the shared reads was a white-paper from the Yale School of Management, On the Nature of Long-Term Holds [of business investments].