Have you ever thought about working at a startup? This mini series will give you a few useful tips to help you make this leap. In this part, you will learn about one underrated skill and why it is important. You will also learn one simple tip to make work at a startup easier. Finally, you will learn about moving fast, fixing things, DIY mindset and listening to audio on 2x. Let’s begin.
You just decided that you want to work at a startup. This is a serious decision that can change the direction of your career, and your future. In this article, you will learn some useful advice and tips that will help you prepare for taking this step. So, without further ado, let’s see how you can prepare yourself for work at a startup.
Building a great product is easier when you learn from other great products. As the saying goes, success leaves clues. This mini series will reveal to you some of these clues. Learn the best practices of product development from successful products such as Snapchat, Slack, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook. Then, use this knowledge and build something great.
Can you build a great product on the first try? Are there some best practices that will help you achieve this? This mini series will try to give you the answers on these questions and help you build a great product. Learn from successful products such as Snapchat, Slack, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Spotify and Pinterest.
Have you ever wanted to build a great product? Something that could even change the world? Why not to learn from the best? This mini series will teach you lessons I learned from successful products such as Snapchat, Slack & Instagram. This part will tell you about the dark side of this path, solving problems and the problem with minimum viable product.
Starting a freelance business can be a very bumpy and long ride. There are many things one has to deal with if she wants to succeed. In this article, I will share with you the last four things wish I knew when I started my Freelance Business. My hope is that learning about these things, or lessons, and applying them will help you build your own freelance business and keep it going, without killing yourself in the process. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at these four final lessons.