by Jason Lemkin | Early, Fundraising, Leadership, Q&A“Write your own term sheet” from Google Ventures to Uber seems to be the ultimate example here: Google Wanted To Invest In Uber So Badly, It Gave CEO Travis Kalanick A Blank Term SheetThey worked it out at $4 billion. Investing at $4b might have seemed expensive then.Today Uber is worth $60b.So.See Questions On QuoraView original question on quoraPublished on January 19, 2016Jason LemkinCEO & Founder Related PostsRelated PostsHow do most successful startups in Silicon Valley raise money?What do VC firms or investors think of series FF in startups?Money Get The Best SaaS Advice Get fresh insights, articles, and SaaS events delivered right to your inbox.Subscribe NowContent From Our SponsorsGo Global or Go Home: Key Considerations for International B2B Enterprise Pipeline Development By Craig Hooper, CEO and Co-Founder of DWCCAre Spreadsheets Failing Your Recurring Revenue Business? By Clayton Whitfield, Chief Customer Officer, SaaSOpticsHow SaaS Companies Can Maximize Their Value with Debt By Todd Gardner, Founder and Managing Director, SaaS Capital Industry NewsCommerce Dept. grants Huawei a 90-day license to help existing usersCray CEO: “Massive cloud vendors” threatened our long-term survival in supercomputingIf You Don't Think You Need a VP of Product, VP of Marketing, Etc. -- Then You Haven't Worked With a Great One | SaaStrClinc raises $52m Series B as it marches towards IPOWhat Jason Lemkin, SaaStr Founder, Got Right and Wrong About SaaS PRTiger Global only bright spot in a dull SaaS sectorThis Billionaire Just Pledged To Pay Off Everyone's Student Loan Debt In The Morehouse Class of 2019DocuSign Aims To Build Upon Its $25 Billion E-Signature OpportunityBlockchain Is Gaining Trust In The Enterprise5 Interesting Learnings from Xero. As It Crosses $650m in ARR.