Lean Startup

  • Why the Lean Startup Approach might be Wasting your Time

    … The lean startup approach has affected millions of entrepreneurs and their startups. Our startup, for one, also adapted it. Build, measure & learn. Drawn on Snapchat It’s how you get from the assumption, to building it out, to tracking/learning from the data. After all, the faster you test things, the faster you get to product-market fit…

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  • How to Escape Hustle Mode

    … In the last post, I introduced the concept of Hustle Mode - a state of extreme focus that is necessary to get a new business off the ground quickly. As was correctly pointed out by several commenters, while Hustle Mode is a great way to make a business successful, it's not a great way to live. If you're in Hustle Mode, your health, social life…

    IM Impactin How To's- 13 readers -
  • What to Do When You Launch a Product & No One Buys… IMP#36

    … a small launch for it. Now, what if you do all this and get virtually no result? What if no one buys your minimum viable product, no one signs up to your launch list and you get no feedback from the market? Is it time to give up or are there other options? Discover the answer in today's podcast episode...​ More... Podcast Audio Click here to download…

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  • The “Dry Stretch” that Makes Almost All Entrepreneurs Fail

    … Have you ever wondered why starting a business is so damn difficult? And all the while, some entrepreneurs make it look easy. What's up with that? In today's post, you'll discover a universal and unshakable principle that makes being an entrepreneur difficult. There's (almost) nothing you can do about it, but if you know about this, you're…

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  • The “Dry Stretch” that Makes Almost All Entrepreneurs Fail

    … Have you ever wondered why starting a business is so damn difficult? And all the while, some entrepreneurs make it look easy. What's up with that? In today's post, you'll discover a universal and unshakable principle that makes being an entrepreneur difficult. There's (almost) nothing you can do about it, but if you know about this, you're…

    IM Impact- 16 readers -
  • What to Do When You Launch a Product & No One Buys… IMP#36

    … launch for it. Now, what if you do all this and get virtually no result? What if no one buys your minimum viable product, no one signs up to your launch list and you get no feedback from the market? Is it time to give up or are there other options? Discover the answer in today's podcast episode...​ […]…

    IM Impact- 17 readers -
  • How to Escape Hustle Mode

    … tied to a service. Demand for the product keeps going up and revenue keeps increasing, but things start to slowly go wrong. Maybe you can't keep up with customer support, maybe technical issues prop up and take way too long to fix, maybe the quality of your content starts to suffer (e.g. for memberships or information products). The more demand…

    IM Impactin How To's- 19 readers -
  • 3 “Lean Startup” Hacks to Build a Billion-Dollar Company

    … designed to eliminate waste and increase value during the product development phase. In the startup community, and at Hootsuite, these have become virtual commandments: Lean startup hack #1 The spaghetti principle: Understanding minimum viable product Central to lean startup philosophy is the premise that it’s OK to release a work in progress…

    Hootsuitein Social- 24 readers -
  • Looking Back at 2014: Power Curves, Teamwork & Mindset Changes

    … implementation here. The Lean Startup (book). Topics Covered in this Podcast Episode: What it’s like to move from being a solopreneur to managing a team and the big challenges that face any growing business. Why an inability to “let go” was one of the big problems we had to deal with this year. How I’ve added a new layer to the principle…

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  • What You Can Learn from a Local Gardening Business – IMP#32

    … In today’s podcast episode is based on a reader question sent in by Debra. If I tell you that her business is in the home gardening niche and that it’s a highly localized topic, you’ll probably think that whatever’s in this episode doesn’t apply to your business. However, as you’ll hear, the underlying principles of the 3 steps we look…

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  • How to Create a Minimum Viable Information Product

    … 0 How to Create a Minimum Viable Information Product Some of the web’s most successful businesses swear by the lean startup method. I’ve also personally used this method and I’ve written about minimum viable products as one of the pillars of successfully starting an online business. In a nutshell, the idea is to create the smallest possible…

    IM Impactin Content How To's- 14 readers -
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