Great tips and pointers for start-ups and entrepreneurs..

One of the daunting challenges for entrepreneurs is finding the right resources without spending too much time. Believe me, i know it.  I stumbled upon some of the following materials, which i believe will tremendous help any entrepreneurs, especially in the tech space. I am working on a list for the brick and mortar space as well.

  1. What Startups Are Really Like by Paul Graham: Great easy—practical how-tos to anyone who dare to dream the entrepreneur dream..
  2. Milestones to Startup Success by Sean Ellis: Sean Ellis explains the need for minimum viable product, aka MVP and then outlines how start-ups can go up his start-up pyramid to find success.
  3. Myth: Entrepreneurship will make you rich by Eric Ries: “One of the unfortunate side effects of all the publicity and hype surrounding startups is the idea that entrepreneurship is a guaranteed path to fame and riches. It isn’t,” writes Eric in this no holds barred essay about the challenges and pitfalls of being a start-up founder.
  4. What is the minimum viable product? By Venture Hacks: A great audio conversation on Venturehacks blog including a slide show.
  5. The power of continuous improvement by Mike Speiser:
  6. Getting comfortable with People who make you uncomfortable by Mike Speiser: In this article Mike addresses the need for people who challenge conventional wisdom and make everyone around them uncomfortable. Which is why every company needs them.
  7. The Funnel Principle: Software & Making Money by Tony Wright: It is good to build great products, but in order to build great companies one needs to have more — clear path of monetization, an attention magnet and in general excellence at things beyond product development.
  8. Does every start-up need a Steve Jobs? by Andrew Chen: A dissection of how insanely great products are built by combining desirability, feasibility and viability. Read this post after reading Wright’s Funnel principle.
  9. Designing for Social Traction by Josh Porter

One Comment

  1. Posted July 4, 2016 at 1:30 am | Permalink | Reply

    It’s hard to find experienced people about this topic, but you seem like you know what you’re talking about!

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