A collection of quotes of interest and use to entrepreneurs: these quotes for entrepreneurs were identified in November 2014. You can follow @skmurphy to get these quotes for entrepreneurs hot off the mojo wire or wait until they are collected in a blog post at the end of each month. Enter your [...]
We did something different for Thanksgiving 2014: we held a Bootstrapper's Potluck and hosted a dinner for a dozen people or so with our family. Thanksgiving 2014: Bootstrapper's Potluck It was a chance for my sons to meet some real entrepreneurs and give folks who were new to the area [...]
Q: Should I ask prospects if they would use my product? How do I interpret “yes”, “no”, and “maybe.” […]
Bruce La Fetra of La Fetra Consulting for a conversation on customer interviews. We compared notes on qualitative conversations versus quantitative surveys and exchanged tips and tricks. Bruce presented some great insights on how to organize findings and how to take best advantage of insights gleaned from interviews.
Here are my notes from tonight’s Professional and Technical Consultants Association (PATCA) meeting on “Handling Difficult Client Scenarios in an Agile and Effective Manner.” It was a candid discussion among primarily experienced consultants about real situations that were challenging–and frequently painful. Several good suggestions for preventing and managing challenging customer [...]
Q: How do you develop good content for blog posts and newsletters on a regular basis? One rule of thumb for sources of good content for an e-mail newsletter is to revise something that you have already written that would be appropriate for your target audience. […]
Q: I work at a SaaS company in the services team, we often team often finds that customers mistakenly believe that: Certain features are included in the product package they bought. Certain services projects are included in the services package they bought. What are some ways to prevent this from [...]
Q: I struggle with the value proposition for our product. Either I am too abstract “we offer a positive return on time invested” or too vague “help increase your ability to manage critical challenges.” Do you have any suggestions for how to frame or formulate a value proposition? Here a [...]