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Next steps - eleven

  1. 1. Keep the next step in focus.
  2. 2. “I wish I knew that sooner.”
  3. 3. Building with a heartbeat.
  4. 4. Build Learn Measure
  5. 5. Minimum Viable What is the minimum thing I need to build to prove or disprove my hypothesis?
  6. 6. Pick a learning goal What big make-or-break risks or idea is the one you want to nail down this week?
  7. 7. How can you break down the big idea?
  8. 8. Starting low fidelity.
  9. 9. One piece at a time.
  10. 10. Understanding analogs
  11. 11. Making sure you’re in the right place.
  12. 12. 48-hour MVP
  13. 13. Start with your learning goal. Build Draw your MVP on a blank sheet. Learn You have 2 minutes! Measure
  14. 14. Shipped It! Let us know when you shipped, so we can let everyone else know!
  15. 15. Braintrust Meeting every week with fellow founders to share our weekly progress, and get advice to stay on track.
  16. 16. Braintrust 3 minutes each to present your learning & goals. 5 minutes each for feedback. Feedback is focused on risks, learning methods & environment - not your ideas!
  17. 17. Progress What you learned. Problems Obstacles in reaching your learning goal. Learning Goal What will you learn by next week?
  18. 18. Take 5 minutes to prepare at: foundercentric.com/ learningprogress
  19. 19. Feedback forms
  20. 20. salandrob@foundercentric.com Salim Virani Rob Fitzpatrick @SaintSal @robfitz Thank You! foundercentric.com

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  • <“I wish I knew that sooner” is a common sentiment. Why #LeanStartup really resonates with experienced founders.>\n
  • <Regular check-ins and regular releases help learn faster by making unknowns known. #leanstartup>\n
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  • <It’s easier to get the minimum part of MVP right if you keep your learning goal tight. #leanstartup>\n
  • <It’s easier to get the minimum part of MVP right if you keep your learning goal tight. #leanstartup>\n
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  • [Paper prototype - a way to put “an app” in front of people to understand how they’ll use it. Updating a paper prototype is way faster than a code prototype.]\n
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  • [Learning from other businesses that work in the same context or on the same dynamic is a great fast-track.]\n
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  • [Learning - customer interviews. The simplest MVP is picking up the phone!]\n
  • [Confirming - testing you have the right mix of location, product and price.]\n
  • [Confirming - lo-fi style!]\n
  • [What MVP can you get out there in 48 hours?]\n
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  • [Braintrust is a 1-hour peer-support program where we learn from and hold each other accountable.]\n
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  • Work on this alone.\n
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