in the past five or 10 years is absolutely nothing compared to what's coming in the next five to 10 years, as all these traditional business get disrupted.
All back-office functions are going to be automated, so you're looking at banks laying off tens of thousands of people. You're going to see a lot more robots in manufacturing.
The more people you hire, the more work you get done.
But if what you're doing doesn't lead to either revenue or user growth, it's not going to matter.
of getting to that later stage is that when you're talking 0 million-plus in revenues, it's virtually impossible to find senior executives in Canada. If you have 10,000 users, it is utterly different when you have millions or tens of millions. I'm starting to hire a family office now to have a more formalized investment business.
with the kids—I have a one-year-old and a three-year-old—and spent a few months in Hawaii just travelling around. in the early stage, because the amounts of money are so large that I can write ,000 and 0,000 cheques all day long, and it's not going to get me very far.
36-year-old Markus Frind is the founder and CEO of Vancouver-based Plenty Of Fish.
In 2003, “I started Plenty Of Fish as a way to improve my resume,” Frind tells Business Insider.
So, in the span of two weeks, I wrote a dating site on my home PC, and people started signing up.
Markus frind is the person behind Plentyof Fish.com, the biggest dating website on earth.
Once afraid to loose his job, he is now the one man empire riding on a money making machine.
Whatever seems like it's very simple to do without much education, those jobs are gone. I have detailed stats on tons of things, but at the end of day, one person has to be malleable.
So if you have two people who are unrelenting or unyielding, love will never form. If you have a similar income level, then you can have shared hobbies, and that binds you together.