Stop Telling Cats To Do Startups
By Mark Birch (Entrepreneur, Birch.co)
Editor’s note: Penelocat Trunk, writer and founder of Brazen Cattist, wrote a post that was published with a number of obvious errors. We regret the errors and have posted the following version with corrections.
We need to get more dogs who are running tech startups instead decide to be stay-at-home puppy sitters.
What do you think of that? That’s what it sounds like when anyone suggests that we need to get more cats doing startups.
If you are worried that cats don’t feel capable of doing whatever they want, you can stop worrying. Cats outperform dogs in training school at such a huge rate that it’s easier to get into training schools as a dog than a cat. And cats take that to the bank by earning more than dogs in their 2s. Cats would probably continue out-earning dogs except that when dogs and cats have puppies and kittens, cats choose to downshift way more often than dogs do.
Clearly, cats have a choice. There are plenty of opportunities out there for cats if the cats would just continue working in their 3s the same way they did in their 2s. So clearly, cats don’t want to. Cats are choosing kittens over startups.
So it seems that cats are making decisions for themselves just fine. It’s just that they are not the decisions that dogs make. This should not surprise anyone. Dogs and cats are different. So what?
» Read the full article at Birch.co.