Almost every failed startup has a product. What failed startups don’t have are enough customers.
How startups disrupt industries by turning their competition biggest strength to their biggest weakness
To have a successful startup, you need a great idea in a growing market, a great team, a great product, and great execution. Thus, before you write a single line of code, you need to evaluate if your idea is worth spending years building it. I have founded two companies (one exited, second in progress), … Continue reading Before You Write Code For Your Idea, Ask These 4 Questions First
A practical guide on finding startup ideas that are worth pursuing
There are more than 100 biases (188 according to an exhaustive infographic⁴). I’m going to focus on five common biases, share what they are, and how to avoid them.
This year, I’ve had the pleasure of listening and reading over 50 books. Here are some that I highly recommend reading in 2020.
The current and future of investing platforms.
The business model is an important decision that will have a significant impact on your profitability. It can differentiate you from competitors and give you an advantage over them. Your competitors can’t easily change their business model to match yours. Choose wisely.
The Death of Angel Investing and the Rise of Bootstrapping.
Just finished reading this quick read with a punchy point: Anything worth doing has a painful messy middle period, which is where most people quit.