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July 22, 2014

[ToRead] My startup failed, and this is what it feels like…

“As an entrepreneur I HATE feeling helpless. I’m used to taking action on something and producing some kind of result.” Read more on this: My startup failed, and this is what it feels like… I add a lot of links on this blog’s Facebook page, so Like it and share the articles: I Am A […]

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July 18, 2014

[ToRead] Why We Killed One of Our Biggest Features to Grow Our Business

It’s never easy to cut features of your product, but sometimes you have to, if you want to grow fast and well. Read more on this: Why We Killed One of Our Biggest Features to Grow Our Business I add a lot of links on this blog’s Facebook page, so Like it and share the […]

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July 11, 2014

[ToRead] Here’s a look inside a typical VC’s pipeline (a must-read for entrepreneurs)

Here’s a look inside a typical VC’s pipeline (a must-read for entrepreneurs) Read more on this: Here’s a look inside a typical VC’s pipeline (a must-read for entrepreneurs) I add a lot of links on this blog’s Facebook page, so Like it and share the articles: I Am A Startup Founder

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July 7, 2014

[ToRead] These tips will make you a better product guy

These tips will make you a better product guy — Vladimir Says http://j.mp/TNMccq Read more on this: These tips will make you a better product guy I add a lot of links on this blog’s Facebook page, so Like it and share the articles: I Am A Startup Founder

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July 5, 2014

[ToRead] A guide to building your app business – Avocarrot

“So you want to start a business developing apps? Or maybe you have an app business but want some advice on how to grow or improve it? Simply building an app and publishing it on app store as a paid download is extremely likely to result in disappointment. “ Read more on this: A guide […]

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June 30, 2014

[ToRead] How much do Y Combinator founders earn? | 80,000 Hours

How much do Y Combinator founders earn? Read more on this: How much do Y Combinator founders earn? | 80,000 Hours I add a lot of links on this blog’s Facebook page, so Like it and share the articles: I Am A Startup Founder

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June 29, 2014

When Will Your Startup Be Pronounced Dead?

We started MavenHut in February 2012. Right from the beginning we decided to not bootstrap the company, but raise investment and grow as fast as possible. This also meant one more thing: if we didn’t raise money by December 31st, 2012, we would close the company. What this did was to focus our efforts and […]

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June 18, 2014

[ToRead] Spotify’s Design Lead on Why Side Projects Should be Stupid

“Side projects are great because you don’t need to know anything. You get to be a beginner because no one is watching you and there are no expectations,” he says. “If you don’t have an idea, don’t stress about it, just go do something else. It’s this attitude that it doesn’t matter that allows us […]

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June 18, 2014

[ToRead] – Thisisgoingtobebig.com – How early should you connect to a VC? Here’s some data.

One of the most asked questions about VC funding: How early should you connect to a VC? Here’s some data. Read more on this: – Thisisgoingtobebig.com – How early should you connect to a VC? Here’s some data. I add a lot of links on this blog’s Facebook page, so Like it and share the […]

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May 23, 2014

[ToRead] The Right Way to Copy – David Smith

“Good copying learns from another’s innovation and then applies it in a novel way to a new context in a way that doesn’t diminish the source invention.” Read more on this: The Right Way to Copy – David Smith I add a lot of links on this blog’s Facebook page, so Like it and share […]

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April 14, 2014

[ToRead] The Problem With Profitless Start-ups

“When that happens, what’s left? A hole in the local economy where the local sandwich shop used to be, and nothing to fill the void. ” An interesting point of view regarding the startups supported by VC money. Read more on this: The Problem With Profitless Start-ups I add a lot of links on this […]

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