Jeremy Zawodny cites an attitude that is crucial for entrepreneurs to adopt:
“What I like about this story, is that I could have given up at any point since there was a large problem ahead of me: a problem I had no answers to. And I see this with many free software developers, students and even in normal social situations: people stop doing things because they see a big problem ahead of them that they can not possibly conceive working around. My advise to every young programmer is to start writing code and delay addressing imaginary problems until they become real.
There’s a lesson that for folks in lots of areas, not just software development. Even life in general.”