The Stripe jobs page [https://stripe.com/jobs] is the best jobs page. Writing the page required a clarity of purpose that's driven the fintech startup's success in raising $1.6B [https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/stripe/company_financials], attracting talent [https://twitter.com/patio11], and launching new products [https:
I heard about Uber's new cultural norms [https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/ubers-new-cultural-norms-dara-khosrowshahi/] from a series of Sarah Lacy [https://twitter.com/sarahcuda] tweets. > "We’re also calling these cultural norms, rather than values, because we fully expect them to evolve as Uber continues to grow"<- none of this is how culture actually works. https://t.co/mf8WTtiEwW — Sarah Lacy (@sarahcuda) November 7, 2017 [https://twitter.com/sarahcuda/status/928042105670270976?ref_src=tws
🐢 Jeremy and I were inspired to start Tortuga [http://www.tortugabackpacks.com] on a backpacking trip to Eastern Europe. We talked about our dream luggage on long train rides from Frankfurt to Prague to Budapest to Split and back. By the end of the trip, we were already thinking of
Have we all accepted that beers and ping pong are not a company's culture? These "perks" have always reeked of: "Are we having fun yet?" What's the point of your company's perks? How should you choose those perks if the default "fun company" perks are so pervasive that they're meaningless?
> People don’t buy WHAT you do, they buy WHY you do it. Like many TED Talks before it, Simon Sinek’s “Start With Why” finally hit me on a repeat viewing. If you haven’t seen it yet, watch the video on YouTube [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=