Startup Idea Stuck? Spend a buck!

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If you’re stuck for an idea to build your startup on, then I’ve got just what you need – and it will cost you a single dollar. Rene Andreasi-Bassi is one of those rare people who throw off great ideas like way sparks fly when molten steel gets poured. His day job is in the television […]

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Keeper emails from 21times.org

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For the past week or so I’ve been getting these absolutely great startup advise emails from 21times. First there was Spencer Fry on How to Bootstrap, then awesome Patrick McKenzie on Running a Software Business on 5 Hours a Week, and then today Jason Baptiste on going from idea to launch in 8 steps. First […]

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Startups, chickens, and eggs

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Nick Brewer wrote in last week asking for suggestions dealing with a very common challenge he’s having with his startup: Tradeomics: How do we encourage users to add items even though they may not find what they want right now? Our biggest challenge is the chicken before the egg problem. We have been trying to […]

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Positioning your startup

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Posted this morning #145 of the Startup Success Podcast - which was show #52 from January, 2010. Pat and I interviewed again Sramana Mitra, this time about here excellent book, Positioning: How To Test, Validate, And Bring Your Idea To Market. Figuring out the what do I build?/Who’s my market? problem is a must have if your startup […]

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Think Apps not Books

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Years ago, on my first podcast, I interviewed Ned Hallowell, M.D. about his then bestseller, CrazyBusy. Ned’s in the business of helping harried professionals get some sanity back into their lives. The book was a great read, the interview a great listen, but content in doesn’t equate to action out. Ned’s now launched CrazyBusy Tips […]

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A visionary in the true meaning of the word…

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Posted Friday #144 of the Startup Success Podcast - which was show #28 from June, 2009. It’s an interview Pat and I did with Sramana Mitra, one of the most successful and sought-after funded startup consultants out there. Sramana’s consults, books and online roundtables would make her a “person of interest” to startup founders. But it’s here […]

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An interview with Seth Godin…

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Just posted #143 of the Startup Success Podcast - which was show #57 from Febrary, 2010. It’s an interview with one of the smartest people in the world when it comes to succeeding in the Internet Age: Seth Godin. Seth over the last few years has been focusing on a highly relevant question for startup founders: How do […]

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An interview with Jason Fried…

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Just posted #142 of the Startup Success Podcast - which was show #63 from April, 2010. It’s an interview I did with Jason Fried, co-founder of 37signals. Jason’s advice to startup founders is anything but the usual conventional wisdom and I thought it would make a good start to the rerun season now that Patrick has left […]

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Changes…

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Just posted show number 141 of the Startup Success Podcast – a great interview with Marc Nager, CEO of Startup Weekend and Pat’s last show as cohost as he goes on to founding his own startup, Tribbon. It feels really weird to stop doing something we’ve done together for pushing four years. I just wanted […]

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How can I get help to develop my startup?

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