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Bootstrapping for MIT Enterprise Forum

Bootstrapping for MIT Enterprise Forum

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  • 1. Alexander Muse Co-Founder, SpringStage Inc. amuse@biggu.com 1+214.550.2003 Website: http://biggu.com Blog: http://texasstartupblog.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/amuse Bootstrapping…
  • 2. Step One: Steal* * This presentation 100% stolen from Guy Kawasaki
  • 3. Step Two: Focus on cash flow, not profitability.
  • 4. Step Three: Forecast from the bottom up.
  • 5. Step Four: Ship, then test.
  • 6. Step Five: Forget the ‘proven’ team.
  • 7. Step Six: Start as a service business.
  • 8. Step Seven: Focus on function, not form.
  • 9. Step Eight: Pick your battles.
  • 10. Step Nine: Go direct.
  • 11. Step Ten: Understaff
  • 12. Step Eleven: Position against the leader.
  • 13. Step Twelve: Take the ‘red pill’.
  • 14. Alexander Muse Co-Founder, SpringStage Inc. amuse@biggu.com 1+214.550.2003 Website: http://biggu.com Blog: http://texasstartupblog.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/amuse Good luck!

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