Unless you build something, you're all talk. Investors want a product, not an idea.
Coding takes time to master, so you may be better off to hire a freelancer to handle the heavy lifting.
The less you complain about what you can't change, the more focus you have for what you can do something about.
Follow these simple guidelines to finding the right engineer who can do everything you need.
If there is something holding you back or keeping you down, grab the matches and burn that bridge.
You won't regret spending your "free'' time growing your side project into a viable way to make a living,
How my rise to the top of the corporate world came down crashing and burning.
You don't have to become a recluse to read tons of books..
Fundraising is a full time job, and so is running your company. It's a lot to figure out.
You need to start thinking outside that 24-hour box.