Lean startup in 6 minutes

Starting a company does not require having an extensive capital any more. You can start a business from your living room in day or faster following methods introduced by lean startup. In other words, no money, no access, no connections? Not a problem. All you need is to find out a need, pain or market… Continue reading Lean startup in 6 minutes

Team player – In search of a unicorn

This article was not planned in the beginning. However, because of all the great comments and messages you sent me about an interview, I want to dedicate this post to exploring the team player subject further more. You will take a look at what the top qualities a team player are and should have. Understanding… Continue reading Team player – In search of a unicorn

Interview – 5 questions to hire the right people

When starting new company or expanding the current, hiring new people become important part of the process. There are different philosophies you can follow. First, my favorite and personal choice, hire slow and fire fast. Second, hire fast to grow fast. In both cases you must have an interview – a system of questions that… Continue reading Interview – 5 questions to hire the right people

6 reasons your startup will fail

Startup or any other type of company can fail for various reasons. Today, in this post, you will learn about six I consider as the deadliest. These reasons are also often the ones you will find common between failed startups or bankrupt companies. I hope that outlining those factors will help you avoid repeating mistakes… Continue reading 6 reasons your startup will fail

The paradox of exit

Exit is the main idea and goal many entrepreneurs start their businesses with. It looks interesting thanks to huge amount of information in news covering the latest sell and the new millionaire, or billionaire. This idea of becoming rich early enough so you can enjoy your money before getting too old is thought so seductive,… Continue reading The paradox of exit