Often times you'd remember something you once thought was true, only to realize that you didn't know well enough.
When that happens, you can either update your thinking or reject it.
Recently, I updated my thinking about Minimum Loveable Product vs Minimum Viable Product.
I now firmly believe that MVP is the right approach, every single time.
And so I wrote about my updated belief, explaining why.
Proven tactics to gain followers on every platform.
Story time: At PayPal, I once wasted $1M on a marketing segmentation to build personas.
Julian Shapiro explores: "How did you come up with your idea?"
Advertising is very similar to stretching a photo in Microsoft Word, and other lessons by Nik Sharma.
Underrated: Pivots in startups.
Super.so reaches $30k in MRR.
"What's the best decision you made in the past decade?" Answers.
Nostalgia: Your hostel room.
💡 Startup tip: Sit on new ideas for 24 hours.
Leadership in startups in 3 sentences.
One overlooked advantage of working in big companies before starting up.
Learn how Calm Sleep (mobile app) made $40,000 in revenue through experimentation.
Positioning is important, especially so in crowded markets with many alternatives.
The virtuous cycle of fixing bugs.
A glimpse at what happens behind the scenes on just one page of your favourite ecommerce website. (Psst. It's a LOT).
Indiehacker AMA: How I grew my Twitter (+9K) and Newsletter (+6k) in 3-4 months.
Entrepreneur Ride Along: How I avoided creative burnout and built a +$1k/m online business on the way.
I want to hike down the Allgäu Alps in Germany and take a bath in that pristine water.
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