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I went to @MicroConf this week and it was amazing. I learned so much. Here are a few highlights! This thread will be useful to you if you are bootstrapping a business or you want to build a business on your own one day. #MicroConf 1/18
Everyone I met was great. They shared their ups & downs without hesitation. We didn’t talk about just business. We talked about work-life balance, breastfeeding, sleep training, traveling w/ kids and how loving your kids unconditionally goes a long way. #MicroConf 2/18
I always felt welcome to join an ongoing group conversation or to strike up a new one. People would open their circle immediately. #MicroConf 3/18
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Thrilled to announce that Stripe Atlas can now help you form an LLC:

I wrote a guide about tradeoffs between an LLC and a C corporation:…

I also have some thoughts:
Let me start with the obligatory disclaimer: I'm not a lawyer or accountant and cannot give you legal or tax advice. I'm just an entrepreneur who has started four LLCs in two countries and operated two of those businesses through sale.
I started all of my companies as LLCs because they're the low-muss low-fuss option for having something formal between you and the risks associated with a business, and because I wasn't ready to commit to the raise-money try-for-rocket-ship trajectory.
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The speaker lineup for #microconf Starter is seriously 🔥.

💻 @csallen
🐉 @patio11
📈 @AlliBlum
🌶 @mojcamars
🌱 @mariepoulin
🏂 @garrettdimon
🏋 @adamwathan
🐶 @singlefounder

About @csallen:

He took the idea of doing founder interviews to a whole new level.

His site, @IndieHackers, is well-built, beautifully designed, and tells founders' stories better than anyone else.

Now Indie Hackers is one of the most vibrant startup communities on the web.
About @patio11:

Patrick is one of the best storytellers I've met.

And he's been sharing his story, and the lessons he learned along the way, from the time he created his first software company.

He doesn't always send a newsletter, but when he does, I read it right away.
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