Abstract: "we are investing in this type of company," he said as he walked into the elevator. He was so confident that he put his coat on his briefcase. He was happy with a smile. He is very happy and harvard. Finally, we’re going to get the money.

 

I talked to the venture investor on Wednesday. He said his decision was "quick."". He says the best thing about his Vc firm, not the "other" companies, is that it’s no problem making quick decisions.

"our lawyers are always ready. Transactions are templates. We can give you the money right away."

it’s Friday. "Did anyone call?" I asked, but I actually asked five or six or even ten times. There is yesterday. He did say "fast", didn’t I? I heard him say so.

"we’re investing in this type of company," he said as he walked into the elevator. He was so confident that he put his coat on his briefcase. He was happy with a smile. He is very happy and harvard.

"we did it!" I thought. Finally, we’re going to get the money. We have a good product. We have customers who want to buy it. All we need is the first investment.

I mean, ABC got $5 million and their product is much worse than ours. Their products are not comparable to ours. If their customers know we exist, then we will have a 100% market share. We’re not competing.

did he call me? Would it be nice if I called him? Did he say "fast"? Maybe he got the wrong number.

I carry my cell phone with me, but maybe he wants to call the office. Maybe it’s because we don’t have that "if you’re looking for James, press 1, if you want an office administrator, press 2, and so on.". No, I had no idea. No one ever made that call.

and I’m an office administrator anyway. I am also a sales and customer service representative. No matter which number he presses, the phone will be forwarded to me. I should have turned all the calls to my cell phone.

would it be nice if I called him? Would he think I was in a hurry? He said "quick" and that was 48 hours ago. 48 hours = slow.

ok. I’ll call him in five minutes. Give him a call and "just ask for the follow-up." it shouldn’t be that bad.

or email! I can write "just ask". It won’t be too eager, isn’t it? It’s not that he’s about to invest with his team

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