This startup is…Just an idea


First-time founders make a lot of the same mistakes over and over


A multi-level puzzle game where users can drag/drop puzzle pieces in the order they believe is correct, and then see their results against others and experts


Originally a domain name registered without a specific idea in place. I recently thought about a potential idea that could be interested to build/launch. Based on this video:, maybe this site can be an online educational game where founders drag/drop puzzle pieces around, and then submit their proposal. Each of the puzzle pieces would represent a specific step in building startups. After submission, the user would get to see how most other users voted, how they rank against experts, and then learn more about specific steps.



Day zero

This page represents just one of the many startup ideas that I post publicly. I tend to do this ideation work a LOT thanks to my ever curious brain. 

Very few of these turn into reality but they represent fun thought experiments that I sometimes review, add to and explore further. 

I share this stuff freely online because ideas are meaningless without execution.

If you like the idea on this page, and want to work on it, feel free. 

Let me know if you do. I might want to join in!

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