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Removing Bias and the Founder Ego

Why should you even worry about removing your bias when talking to target end users as part of customer validation? And how do you do that effectively and still get the answers you need? We talk about bias, talking to people, and analysis of the resulting data in this episode, as well as touch on the death knell of a lot of startups: the founder’s ego.

Moving from idea to tech startup MVP launch: A game-changing idea is not enough

Think you have what it takes to start a tech business and move your offering from concept to MVP launch?  To get your idea off the ground, you’ll need more than a big idea – you’ll need a balanced combination of people, technology, and support. It takes courage to step out of the ideation phase …

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Problem Validation & the “Stealth Mode” Myth

Understanding the problem you’re solving in the way that your customers perceive is the key to product-market fit and will make or break your company. Playing too close to the vest, or succumbing to the “Stealth Mode” myth can be a death nell. In this episode, we talk about how much we actually TALKED about our idea, to whom, and why it makes such a difference to do this early (and often).

Create a business roadmap, and be willing to change It

From a home improvement project to writing a thesis paper, it’s hard to get started on any project when you don’t have a plan for how to do it.  Launching a tech startup is no different. Imagine this scenario – you’re an early-stage startup entrepreneur. You have a great business concept and the entrepreneurial drive …

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