Biggest Equity Compensation Mistakes w/ Chris Arnold - Ep. 27

April 3, 2022
Treyton DeVore

In this episode with Chris we talk about:

  • Why you should prioritize equity early on
  • The 4 biggest mistakes people make with equity comp
  • Some equity comp best practices
  • Some tools to use from Chris' company website SecFi

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