Today, the 500 Startups Mentor thread has had some very interesting back and forth about how to mentor startups and more importantly, how to measure mentor quality and advice. While I cannot share the previous thoughts on the thread, I… Read more »
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TL;DR: Brant Cooper & I have a new book coming soon. Go buy The Lean Entrepreneur AppSumo Bundle while you can. It is 96% off, has a bunch of apps + pre-order of The Lean Entrepreneur. It has… Read more »
I really should update my blog more often — but, until I do…. 1) If you’re in the Los Angeles area, come by the next LeanLA meetup and see Jason Calacanis interview Eric Ries. All attendees also get a copy… Read more »
My buddy, Dave Binetti of Votizen came down this last Monday to present on False Prophets at LeanLA.com’s last meetup (a meetup I co-organize). In his talk, about the subject of False Negatives and False Positives came up. In the… Read more »
I wanted to clarify Slide 18 “There are no rules” from Top 10 Reasons to NOT be a Lean Startup – which apparently has caused some confusion. I also referenced “there are no rules” in an earlier post, which Andrew… Read more »
After reading the The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Customer Development, David Beyer of Y-Combinator backed Chart.io has done a quick interview with me wherein we get a bit into the epistemology of startups. I think the interview raises a few interesting… Read more »