The one thing everyone knows about building a startup is wrong.

So says Parker Conrad, founder of Rippling and of Zenefits, in this video interview. The traditional advice to founders is to narrow scope and focus to create a fighting chance to succeed. He makes the case for why startups with a broad scope (“compound startup”) can outperform those that stay narrowly focused. Can you guess which type Rippling is? learn more

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