minimum viable product

Why Entrepreneurs Need to Do One Thing at a Time

The most successful entrepreneurs go small, not broad – and avoid distractions at all costs.

Aytekin Tank

4 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Building an MVP

Every entrepreneur gets personally attached to his or her product. Only some of them, though, see how dangerous that is.

Rashan Dixon

Your First Product Is a Success. Is It Time to Roll Out a Second?

Before committing to a new launch, prepare a thorough process, one that includes all the lessons you learned first time around.

Eyal Lifshitz

Uncover Market Opportunities With This Roadmapping Strategy

These five steps will help you chart a realistic journey forward and hold yourself accountable along the way.

Stop Obsessing Over Your Prototype and Just Let Customers See It

The feedback you get from a prototype is essential to moving forward with a product or idea.

Amy Bonsall

5 Business Lessons I Learned From My Dad the Roofer

Reputation will always matter and people will never want to pay for what they can't use, no matter how cool you think it is.

Josh Melick

Amazon Is Huge Because It Started With A Great MVP

The most important lessons entrepreneurs can take from the internet's biggest empire are from when it was a just another startup.

Steve Eakin

Don't Start Marketing Before You're Ready to Start Selling

Creating a demand for something you can't deliver will hurt your brand reputation and your bottom line.

George Deeb

Want to Be Great? Embrace Embarrassment. Advice on Imperfection from Reid Hoffman, Sheryl Sandberg and Mark Zuckerberg.

Top leaders in the tech world explain why it is so imperative to launch your startup sooner, rather than later.

Andrea Huspeni

4 Ways Creativity Is Killing Your Viable Business Ideas

Perfect is the enemy of good. Your innovative concepts are worthless if you can't implement your vision.

Daniel Marlin

6 Tangible Steps to Launch an MVP Product

A lackluster response from potential customers doesn't mean you've failed -- it just means you've succeeded at understanding what the market doesn't want.

Brent Freeman

4 Tactics to Help Your Company Avoid the Top Startup Killer

Startups fail for a lot of reasons: a lack of money (duh), poor marketing, a pivot gone awry, legal challenges. But another, different reason tops the list year after year.

Zach Ferres