Turn your customer’s business needs into key benefits, then start building.
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Using customers’ names can validate your business. Asking them first is the right thing to do.
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Non-tech founders need knowledge and time, plus money, to start a high-tech company.
Ask yourself four questions about risk tolerance versus risk aversion.
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This is how you build the car while it’s speeding down the highway.
There are formulas and market multiples. Then there’s what someone is willing to pay.
Here’s a rule of thumb: Not everything should be automated.
Ignoring this important documentation process sabotages great products and features.
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