There are some things that you never ever hear as an early stage investor, especially investing in early stage technology startups.
Here is a list of the things that investors just never hear:
We are very passionate.
I’ll quit my job if you make an investment. Continue reading Things You Never Hear As An Early Stage Investor →
The words “amateur” and “idiotic” are probably more relevant than the word “newbie” but lets keep the title of this article start-up friendly… Sort of…
Technology startups fail more often than any other businesses despite the fact that their founders have higher IQs on paper.
I believe it’s because of absence of business knowledge and bad marketing is big part of that. Continue reading 3 Newbie Marketing Mistakes That Most Early Stage Start-ups Make →
I’m probably one of the least/best qualified people to give advice on time management and procrastination. And here is why… I’m so good at wasting my time and procrastinating that I’m an expert on the topic who still struggles to overcome that natural obstacle.
We hear very often business gurus saying “fail fast”. In my opinion that’s a great advice. And I think it relates more to time management and productivity than to the common business matters like market, product quality, etc.
Continue reading Fail Fast Or Not So Fast →
Being in the startup business community I listen to the brightest minds in the world and follow their advice regarding the topic title.
It all starts with the idea so it’s obvious that the idea is the most important thing for any startup. Good ideas win, bad ideas lose.
Execution of the idea doesn’t matter, but it’s so much more important. Forget the idea, you can build anything as long as you execute it the right way.
Continue reading The Most Important Thing For Any Startup Business →