The best startup ideas seem at first like bad ideas. […] If a good idea were obviously good, someone else would already have done it. So the most successful founders tend to work on ideas that few beside them realize are good. Which is not that far from a description of insanity, till you reach the point where you see results.
Paul Graham, Black Swan Farming
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