Man, it feels good to finally get that out! As most of you know, I’m an open book with most things and keeping this great news private for the past 7 weeks has been extremely hard. Too many people to thank First off I want to thank my amazing team – Ethan, David, Assaf and Jerome. Most people don’t realize
Do you really need to move to the valley? I get asked this question a lot. The better question should be – Why should you move? Two years ago, on this day (Sep 1st) I boarded a plane destined to San Francisco with nothing more than a suitcase and a mountain bike. I had no plan. I didn’t know anyone.
Is this post a little self serving? Yes. (I’m a co-founder of Flowtown). That being said – we use Flowtown every day in our customer development processes and after showing several startups how to accomplish this, I figured it only made sense to share it with the rest of the lean startup community. 1. Finding Early Adopters One of the
I’m not a football “guy”. Actually, the only thing I like about footballs are the inspirational movies, great quotes, and cheerleaders (yep, guilty). However, here’s a startup analogy involving football: having the ball, taking a hit, rolling [bouncing] (without touching your knee to the ground) and continuing your charge forward! That’s the mental movie I see when I think about startups. Run.
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