How Early Stage Founders Can Scale Themselves

Featuring Guest -
Amy Buechler
October 29, 2019
| Evolve
EP 017
hosted by: Brandon Stover
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Amy Buechler is a trained psychotherapist who has logged over 3,000 hours in-session with psychotherapy clients, worked with thousands of the world's best startup founders as a transformative executive coach, and former batch director of Silicon Valley’s most prestigious seed accelerators, Y Combinator which has funded over 2,000 startups including industry juggernauts Dropbox, Airbnb, Stripe, Reddit, & Door dash, has a community of over 4,000 founders with thousands more in their Startup School, and a cumulative valuation of $155 billion.

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How Early Stage Founders Can Scale Themselves

Featuring Guest -

Amy Buechler

hosted by: Brandon Stover
EP
EP 017
October 29, 2019

Amy Buechler is a trained psychotherapist who has logged over 3,000 hours in-session with psychotherapy clients, worked with thousands of the world's best startup founders as a transformative executive coach, and former batch director of Silicon Valley’s most prestigious seed accelerators, Y Combinator which has funded over 2,000 startups including industry juggernauts Dropbox, Airbnb, Stripe, Reddit, & Door dash, has a community of over 4,000 founders with thousands more in their Startup School, and a cumulative valuation of $155 billion.

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This weeks guest on Evolve with Brandon Stover is Amy Buechler. Amy is a trained psychotherapist who has logged over 3,000 hours in-session with psychotherapy clients, worked with thousands of the world's best startup founders as a transformative executive coach, and former batch director of Silicon Valley’s most prestigious seed accelerators, Y Combinator which has funded over 2,000 startups including industry juggernauts Dropbox, Airbnb, Stripe, Reddit, & Door dash, has a community of over 4,000 founders with thousands more in their Startup School, and a cumulative valuation of $155 billion. In this episode she talks about her insights into the high-stakes, high-pressure chaos that accompanies startup life, lessons from working with Y Combinator for 5 years, and the power of having a coach as an early stage founder.

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