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When to Selectively Listen to Feedback and Ignore What Users Say
While gauging user feedback is definitely important, entrepreneurs need to both listen to what users say, and selectively ignore them.
Mark Zuckerberg Reveals the 5 Strategies That Helped Facebook Grow at an Insane Rate
These moves bring 'move fast and break things' to life.
4 Times 'Fail Fast, Fail Cheap' Is the Wrong Advice
Used at the wrong time or taken to an extreme, failing fast and failing cheap can result in significant destruction of value.
Why Mark Zuckerberg Runs 10,000 Facebook Versions a Day
In a rare interview on the podcast 'Masters of Scale,' the Facebook CEO shares how his obsession with testing everything has helped his company scale.
Should You Pitch Your Company as the 'Uber' of Your Space?
Editor-in-chief Jason Feifer meets with author and TV personality Nicole Lapin to discuss the pros and cons of presenting your big startup idea as the next Uber or Netflix in your space.
4 Ways Tristan Walker's Success Depended on Breaking from the Pack
In excerpts first on Entrepreneur from the Masters of Scale podcast series, the founder of Walker & Company shares when he went against the grain -- and what we can learn from it.
The Last Laugh: Why Good Ideas Are Often Ridiculed at First
There are hundreds of businesses that, logically, sounded preposterous when they were first considered. The Pet Rock, anyone?
LinkedIn's Reid Hoffman: Laughable Ideas Are Sometimes the Best Ideas
In the new episode of 'Masters of Scale,' host Reid Hoffman chats with entrepreneurs Tristan Walker and Kathryn Minshew about using early rejection to build successful businesses.
It Always Takes More Time and Money Than You Think to Start a Business
It is the unanticipated items that cause most startups to take longer and cost more to reach breakeven.