2 Simple Rules for Startup Success

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In this article, I’d like to share a little clip from the late Steve Jobs on his rules for success. This is by far, the simplest rules ever discussed on achieving success – whether personal or business. Passion Do what you love. It’s as simple as that. If you’re doing something that’s within your core… Read more »

The Lean Startup Method [Infographic]

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This is the first of several articles that focuses on the Lean Startup Method developed by Eric Ries.  Lean Startup is defined as the use of scientific method to create an optimal product into the hands of the customer’s quickly. The Lean Startup Method is known to provide the following: Eliminate Uncertainty Work Smarter, Not… Read more »

The Mindset for the Perfect Elevator Pitch

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Every startup founder knows that delivering an effective elevator pitch is a pivotal moment for their startup. If you get it right, you “hook” investors to provide funding for your budding company. If  not, then you’ve lost important investors for your startup. In short,  you either win or lose. There are dozens of tips online,… Read more »

Startup Founders Need to Get Out of the Building

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Most startups fail not because of product development, but rather due to the lack of customers. Think about it. It doesn’t matter how cool or  technology driven your product is, if it can’t solve a problem, if it does not fill a need, then it has failed miserably. Before you get started in setting up… Read more »