Month: January 2013

Ebb and Flow

A long term viable business model embraces ebb and flow: it organizes the abandonment of failed and obsolete products to enable an investment strategy for new growth that emphasizes experimentation in anticipation of a high rate of early small failures.

Engineering Your Sales Process Workshop Feb-8 Early Bird Closes This Weekend

Just a heads up that the early bird rates for our next “Engineering Your Sales Process®” Workshop close Sun-Jan-28. This is the same workshop that Scott Sambucci and Sean Murphy offered at the Lean Startup Conference in December 2012 but we are limiting the attendance to 12 entrepreneurs to allow it to be even more …

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Bootstrapper Breakfast Comes to Tampa Thu-Jan-24

Come join other Tampa Bay area entrepreneurs who eat problems for breakfast.  At a Bootstrappers Breakfast® we have serious conversations about growing a business based on internal cash flow and organic profit: this is for founders who are actively bootstrapping a startup. When: Thu-Jan-24-2013 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM Where: Oxford Exchange, 420 West Kennedy …

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Where Do Lean Startup Methods Help Most?

Where Do Lean Startup Methods Help Most? The Lean Startup 2012 conference clarified where Lean Startup principles are especially applicable: Emerging markets, Industries that are being disrupted, Companies that have fallen behind the innovation curve. All of these situations are characterized by the need for exploration and discovery instead of continued execution of the current …

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Stein’s Law

“If something cannot go on forever, it will stop.” Stein’s Law (Herbert Stein) Some excerpts from Choices for Deficit Reduction [Full Report PDF] released by Congressional Budget Office on November 8, 2012. The United States is facing fundamental budgetary challenges. Federal debt held by the public exceeds 70 percent of the nation’s annual output (gross domestic product, or …

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