July 14, 2006
Paul Kedrosky wrote a good piece in the Venture Capital Journal about VC Best Practices.
In today’s VCJ, Dan Primack publishes a response, which I thought had a simple but insightful observation:
“What all the VCs who have been successful over an extended period have in common is a good gut and some Teflon coating that keeps them from getting jaded. They maintain the capacity to fall in love with new deals, people or technology — even after having had their heart broken a time or two.”