"I’ve met up with thousands of investors, analyzed thousands of business opportunities and raised fifty millions euros for more than twenty startups the past four years.
I obviously lack some experience on the buy-side. However, being on the sell-side, as well as working with a wide variety of investors has taught me a lot of things. The first and most important of all being: CONSISTENCY"
When hundreds of opportunities pass through your hands every month, having a strong consistency as opposed to simply following your natural human bias makes all the difference between a good and a bad investor.
It’s the ability to never stop learning, the habit of processing information from entrepreneurs and fellow investors, as well as sticking to a strong investment thesis that’s being built as time passes.
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