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How I Built a Company the Lean Way -- by Using the Scientific Method
Starting a company is one of the most irrational acts you can do as a human being. That's why employing hypotheses and experimentation is crucial.
How Do You Get People to Believe in Your Business? Tell a Good Story.
A lot of people have good ideas -- but it's often those with the best stories who are able to set themselves apart.
5 Lessons on How You Can Deliver a Product Your Customers Actually Want
By learning quickly and failing fast, yourself, you'll be better able to keep in step with customer expectations and respond to their needs.
It's Way Past Time to Let Go of These 7 Entrepreneurship Myths
What we don't know is a small problem compared with what we're sure is true -- which is flat-out wrong.
For His Very First Customer, an Entrepreneur Literally Had to Make Something Out of Nothing
When he just had a prototype, the co-founder behind a drone company had to act fast when his first order came in.
Why Mark Zuckerberg Recently Warned Entrepreneurs Against Chasing 'Eureka!' Moments
Just because you like an idea doesn't mean anyone else does.Follow these three steps to make sure your product will fly.
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.
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.