Seattle Mind Camp 2.0 Thoughts
First and foremost: this was the most fun I’ve had in a long time. So I’ve broken my thoughts about this event into a few categories, and here they are:
Startups: I’m smarter or stupider than anyone that is doing a startup. They’re just braver than I am. I just need to do it. Although, I just started enjoying my job at Boeing again. Now that I’m absolutely loaded down with work… I’m having fun. Funny story: A couple weeks ago, I started working on a site that I thought I could turn into a startup. About a day after I started development, another Seattle Startup launched the exact same thing. My site is/will be: http://borrowr.com. If you want to see what my site will do, go to BillMonk. The guys that are doing BillMonk were at Mind Camp, and were really cool, and welcomed the competition.
Networking: I’ve realized that people do their best networking when they don’t even realize it. When you get pulled into a random conversation, then you end up having more and more conversations with that person as the conference progress, you don’t realize it… but you’ve just made a great ally. Forget LinkedIn, you have an actual friend.
Good Time: It definitely was.
Andru, I can’t wait for the next one!