When we started working on GlitchPath back in early 2016, we created a premortem on paper. We called it a Failure Toolkit. I’m not sure it got any better than that.

Our Failure Toolkit asks teams to imagine a project has just failed. We walk you backward from your imaginary failure so you don’t make the same dumb mistake twice.

Print it out. Use it. Share it. If you like it, tell a friend.

Long story, but the premortem works. Gary Klein proved it. NASA proved it. We proved it with our MVP, and we’re ready to move forward with a commercialized product.

If you’re someone who wants to be a technical co-founder and is looking for a different project, this is it. GlitchPath needs you to help us beat failure so we can help other people succeed.

We are a team of mature business professionals. We have a solid work ethic, a progressive understanding of the world, and dozens of years of experience with bad bosses. We lead busy lives with kids, animals, hobbies, and we’re not here to mess around.

So, if you’re done messing around on Stack Overflow and ready for the next challenge in your life, we’re ready for you. Check out the job description and our blog.

(It looks a lot like this blog post.)

Then send me an email! I’d love to hear from you.