Posted September 21, 2018 06:09:33I started in tech with an eye toward becoming a millionaire.
I wanted to build the best possible company, and that’s why I chose to build an online payment platform.
But I quickly learned that making money was a tough sell.
I realized that it was easier to make money from selling crappy products, and if you want to build a good company, you have to make your product better.
So I quit my day job and started learning from the best entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley.
I took on the task of building a successful business.
Now, over the past three years, I’ve built a billion-dollar company that’s made an enormous impact on the world.
I’m the CEO of the #1 internet payment platform, Stripe, and I’ve led a team that has shipped millions of transactions every month.
I’ve helped transform hundreds of millions of people’s lives.
Ive also been fortunate to be a mentor to a dozen young entrepreneurs, including a young man from my hometown of Dallas.
But it wasn’t until I started working with an entrepreneur who was in the business of making great products that I realized how valuable a few years of hard work really is.
I’ve learned a lot.
I learned how to be more ruthless and ruthless and more generous.
I became a better entrepreneur, which led to more growth and more money.
I now realize that my hard work, dedication, and willingness to learn are the most important things in a life.