This initiative is extremely inspiring.
@458 I'd love to offer some value in the investment / financial industries (Investment banking, Private equity, Wealth management, Tax planning, Hedge funds).
And completely unrelated, would love to have a mentoring call.
Will PM you.
Can anybody vouch for Bruce Whipple? Bruce Whipple - Acquisition and Growth Strategist
Trying to figure out if this guy has merit.
He's supposed to be a multi-millionaire if he had followed his own advice,
which brings up the question: Why does he need to sell those courses?
@404profound I'm in a very similar situation right now.
Up until recently been working on an exciting venture,
which in short - didn't work out.
Now I'm out of a job, with no business running either -
how were you able to pull yourself out of this rut? What did
you end up doing?
It's helped me structure my thought process to understand which task to tackle first with regards to customer discovery.
They also offer to connect you to potential customers but I haven't used this feature yet - I'm finding my own through Facebook.
Much like you, I've struggled for a long time with
soft-testing my ideas quickly and cheaply.
I have recently came across an AMAZING tool which
allows you to soft quickly and methodically - using the
method that's been featured in "The Four Steps to Epiphany".
These guys will...
If you look at Dan Lok, Jason Capital, Brian Rose, they all market their products the same way.
If you dig a little deeper, you will discover that they have all been mentored by Dan Peña. Interesting Huh?
Yes, I like that option better.
I'm confident that hiring a developer (either an intern or a professional one)
and selling him on the vision to bring him into your team is essential -
so make sure that he's on board and is eager to be a part of something
big and exciting.
First, congratulations on your opportunity!
I'm going to make a few assumptions here,
please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
I'm going to assume that since you said that you have feedback -
you have reason to believe that there is sufficient demand
for a certain version of your product...
Do you have any more data sources such as this document? With more data, I believe that the process of identifying which opportunities are worth pursuing can be automated, let me know what your thoughts are
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