Nothing is a catalyst for success like a culture of trust. It’s plain and simple, trust is more important than, well anything – and this is especially true for entrepreneurs.
What if I told you that having a side hustle can boost your productivity and performance in your “day job”? If I’m guessing right, you might find that hard to believe. After all, isn’t the idea of a side hustle to eventually quit your main job and turn it into your own little – or big – startup?
“I’ll share a video with you, Kallia”, said a brilliant colleague of mine when mentioning how happy I was about booking my ticket for the Agile Summit Greece. “It’s called ‘Agile is dead’ ”, he said.
These days there’s a lot of pressure to hustle. We live in a time when technology has made it possible for us to boost productivity more than ever.
Success. It can be an elusive beast. It can also be an obsession – just like your product. The important thing is to accept the fact that you may very well fail (and fail fast) before you succeed.
Now there’s a million dollar question for agile scrum teams if ever there was one. And we need to talk about it.
If there’s one thing young startups simply do not need it’s noise. And when I say noise I don’t mean “a sound, especially one that is loud or unpleasant or that causes disturbance”.
As a startup, you may daily have good or horrible ideas, great visions, a strong sense of mission and commitment. And you’re working on your product. But what is your product, really? To understand that, let’s talk about business model considerations.
Let’s get emotional. Well not like that. I’m talking emotional intelligence. Have you checked yours lately? If not, then you should.
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