Brilliant Startup ideas I have. Wait till you see #8.

I’m sure VCs and my friends alike will destroy every one of them — you are not solving anyone’s problem, you don’t have a market, someone’s doing this already, this is too capital intensive, this and that. They’d probably be right. These are high-level ideas anyway. My previous start-up failed. We built a communication and scheduling app for afterschool activities to help youth activities communicate better with parents, but didn’t succeed. I think in hindsight the problem was with poor execution, not with not solving a problem. On start-up failure, if you want to…