Before I decided to quit my day job, move to San Francisco and work on my startup I had many conversations with my co-founder about our beliefs. Maybe because we were both coming from a corporate culture that we thought was broken, or because we had aspirations of becoming a great place to work we talked about what we believed would be the best way to treat employees, the right way to serve customers, and what was the pain we believed the market had and that we could solve with our product.
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