Software developers into entrepreneurs? Sure! But there needs to be a shift in mentality throughout the team. A shift from project to product mindset.
Getting you startup to break even. It can seem like THE major landmark for most startups to celebrate and say “we’ve made it”. Or, is it?
Deep work: A modern-day Holy Grail, a chalice of overflowing promise & potential. But if you want to sip from it, you must first master the art of deep rest
There are plenty of startup challenges during quarantine, which continue to affect companies on a daily basis. Even while slowly returning to normal.
Irrespective of age, profession and specialty, the options are the same. Work for yourself, work at a startup or medium-sized business or corporation.
Mastering how to be a resilient company has never been more important, with the pandemic still lingering above us all like an intimidating storm cloud.
Being involved in a fledgling startup, you’re up against a host of challenges. Finding early adopters for your B2B SaaS startup is probably the hardest one.
You have to be Lean to be successful, they say. Rubbish! To create a successful startup, just ignore everything to do with the Lean Startup methodology.
Help your startup survive, indeed. During crises of any kind, especially when caused by external forces, we all need to tackle new challenges and persist.
When approaching potential investors, what makes your startup irresistible? A perfect pitch deck? A great business model? Or, just an amazing product?