There are certain things in life you absolutely dread doing, but the longer you put them off the more painful they get. This is one of those things.
Right after the first of the year, the team at LaunchGram made the final decision to close up shop. It was the hardest decision I’ve ever made.
For the short-term, the website will stay up, and we’ll be sure to let all of you know if that changes.
This post is decidedly and purposefully brief. On Monday, I’ll publish the first post in a four-part series, concluding on Thursday, explaining what happened, why we came to this decision, and how it felt going through it.
I didn’t sit down to write the series because I think anybody cares about what I have to say, but rather because I needed to work through the experience in words and because I hope that others can learn from what we’ve gone through.
This will be redundant, but I’d like to thank everybody from family, to friends, to advisors, to mentors, and to those of you that transcend those classifications for your support and advice throughout the process.
One thing I am sure of moving forward, is that whatever happens next is going to be one hell of a lot more exciting than what happened before.
So with that, I say I’d like to say a bittersweet farewell to LaunchGram, and welcome a new chapter of incredible possibilities and adventures.