I collect quotes for entrepreneurs from a variety of sources and tweet them on @skmurphy about once a day where you can get them hot off the mojo wire. At the end of each month I curate them in a blog post that adds commentary and may contain a longer passage from the same source for context. …
Month: April 2017
It’s time to update your goals based on results to date. 2017 is now well underway and some goals you set for Q1 may need to be revisited and perhaps dropped or rescheduled for this quarter. Here is what happened in Q1 and what we have planned for Q2.
Frank Robinson’s Minimum Viable Product (MVP) concept as first articulated in 2001. An MVP is the result of product development and customer development proceeding in parallel, which Frank Robinson called “synchronous development.”
Fundamental questions allow you to explore new perspectives that can unlock new opportunities. Entrepreneurs can be unwilling to ask them–even of themselves–because a label that is commonly applied: stupid questions.
I am giving a short briefing on “Managing the Work/Work Balance In Your Consulting Practice” at the South Bay Consultants Meetup on Mon-Apr-17 at 7:30am.
In July of 2014 we were fortunate to be introduced to Andrew Boer by a client who had used him for a video shoot. Since then we have collaborated with him on a number of projects and recommend him for your Silicon Valley live video needs.