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#38: “Fighting Impostor Syndrome as a Technical Co-Founder” with Carter Lathrop of Paperstreet | Educative Sessions

February 7, 2021

Carter Lathrop left a terrific position at Salesforce to start his own company. He became a phenomenal engineer and technical lead in his day job, but he had constant doubts about whether he could build a product from scratch, let alone something that users would love. Carter's 3-year journey from then to now will shed some light on what that path looks like for a nervous engineer that wonders about taking the leap into building something from nothing.

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Carter Lathrop is the CTO and Co-Founder of Paperstreet (, an investor updates and portfolio management platform for startups and investors. He was thrown into the startup world in 2018 and has since dabbled in almost every position a company might have. He's most passionate about fostering innovation and bringing out the best in people.

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