Until you find Product/Market Fit you aren’t a business, you are an experiment.
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When you grow your team, fault lines develop in your organization. Here is where to look and how to spot them.
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Your team needs optimism to build something new, but it can also blind them to the risks.
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I'm teaching a class on using storytelling to improve hiring, sales and fundraising for your company.
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How your employees react to bad news is determined long before, based on how much trust you have built up with them.
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Knowing the difference between how you perceive yourself and how others perceive you is the root of all personal growth. Here is a light weight process…
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Your company’s memory is only as old as your most recent hire.
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Don’t fear customer anger, fear customer apathy
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Competition is fierce, and you likely have larger competitors with more capital and resources. How do you win? Focus on their weaknesses.
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Your product is your strategy, so your product roadmap is one of the most important things you own. If you do it right, you’ll have three.
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You should focus on building your business instead of focusing on competition. However, there are some specific times that competition matters!
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Avoid metrics that you can directly affect, it’s too easy to game them.
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