In addition to the chapter about focusing on people, I particularly liked the chapter on figuring out your math story.
What I’m learning from this book: Yes, it seems to make sense to focus on people and let them teach you what they want. Whom this book is great for: Worried that you’re getting too wrapped up in your entrepreneurial vision? You may also be interested in The Lean Startup (Eric Ries, 2011; see my visual book notes), which has lots of good ideas for testing your business and iterating your way towards success.
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A No-Excuses Guide to BloggingWhat's getting in your way when it comes to blogging consistently? Harry Potter Fan Zone is in no way affiliated with the copyright owners of Harry Potter, including J.K. Checking the Amazon list of books on new enterprises led me to 6 Secrets for Startup Success by John Bradberry.


Bradberry points out that companies go through different stages and that your core question is different in each stage. The Lean Startup book will help translate the chapters on the pull of the market and startup agility into concrete terms.
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Its main point is that entrepreneurs tend to fall in love with their ideas and end up ignoring reality.
In the first stage, the question is: “Do we have a concept that anyone (other than us) cares about?” After you successfully answer that question through prototypes and experiments, you can move on to the question, “Can we actually make money at this? If you like answering questionnaires as a way of learning more about yourself, you’ll also want to check out the appendix, which has a long self-assessment for founder readiness.
Bradberry points out six common failures associated with being too attached to your idea, and suggests ways to avoid those pitfalls.


How?” Validating your business model lets you move on to the next question, “Is this business scalable? How can we create significant value over time?” Many businesses struggle because they get all wrapped up in the third question before they’ve answered the first.
This is more of an overview book than a step-by-step guide with concrete tactics, but it’s a good wake-up call if you’re starting to get lost in your own dreams.
It’s a good idea to keep those considerations in mind, of course, but it’s important to pay attention to the steps that will get you to that point instead of jumping ahead and pretending you’re a huge company.



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