If you can get your digital ideas to market sooner, and still deliver a product that wows customers, you’re already ahead of the game.
Just about to start building a community around your idea? Some great points to consider before you’re on your way.
According to Bloomberg, 8 out of 10 startups fail within their first 18 months. Common early-stage mistakes can be avoided and this article highlights how.
‘Scott Crabtree spent 24 years climbing the ladder in the gaming and software industries, eventually leading his own engineering team at Intel. And after observing life at companies big and small, he recognized one commonality: The happiest people are the most productive.‘
A brilliant essay by Paul Graham written in 2012 but still rings true. If you’re sold on being your own boss but fall short on ideas, make this essay your first stop.
‘Put what, why and who you love ahead of what, why and who you don’t and your roadmap will begin to write itself’ – wise words from economist Umair Haque.
Lesson 1: Build stuff that matters.
People relate to other people. People want to business with other people. Know who you are and tell your story. A killer post from our friend & branding expert, Jeremiah Gardner.
This one’s taken from Seth Godin’s blog. In fact, every one of his posts (he posts every day) will help you inch closer to success within your startup.
One of those posts you never forget once you read it. An awesome story told with useful nuggets of advice on going solo.
Download our ebook that comes equipped with your own startup toolkit, and treat that dream in your head with respect. Make it happen.
Not much of a reader? We’ve got your back. Come hang out with the Happy Startups team and we’ll help you execute ideas. We also saw this cool group starting in London to help entrepreneurs find support, Just for Founders. Take a look.
Happy weekend everyone :)