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I find the strongest predictor of people who do well at Shopify is whether they see opportunity as something to compete for, or do they see opportunity as essentially everywhere and unlimited? It’s a rough proxy for pessimism and optimism.
I always loved retail. I love the ideas behind it. I think small-business retail is one of the areas where capitalism works so wonderfully well.
You really want a company that’s full of people from all these different backgrounds and then allow them to be creative as possible, come together, and come up with great ideas.
Change has to be fundamental to a company’s culture, or there is no way it can survive.
I have serious, serious problems with personas – with unauthentic individuals.
I never went to university.
Everyone loves feeling comfortable. But it’s actually completely useless.
It took about 10 years‘ time for Shopify to be an overnight success.
My early interactions with VCs were really, really poor.
I spent my time, growing up, essentially between two things: technology and retail. I was fascinated by selling and loved the idea of making a profit, but I also spent a lot of time on technology.
I’m ridiculously lucky.
We need a lot more technically literate people. The computers are the tools that are going to solve essentially all problems, and the people who can use them better will be more effective.
Being part of something that’s growing fast is better than being part of something that isn’t growing fast because opportunities are essentially everywhere, and you’re not competing for something.