Because of my job, I meet a lot of people who are absolutely enamored by the startup world. Or rather, the idea of it.
It’s surprising how many of these people are smart, ambitious, and creative — but also a little lost. When you ask them what they want to do day-to-day, I get so many vague, impossible to delegate responses like this:
“Well I want to be a hybrid biz dev/product/partnerships person, just really in the middle of lots of good ideas, getting exposure and stuff.”
Non-technical folks, enough of this. There are tons of amazing, non-technical roles that, with a little practice, you’d rock at. To stop this trend, I’ve decided to break down the real jobs you can do — and love! — without writing code.
“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” ― Mother Teresa
Sometimes, a startup has a bit of momentum and intentionally — or even accidentally! — gathers a community around it. This is your window of opportunity.