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  • [Some principles that underlie Lean Startup and Business Model Generation - what we’ll be discussing today.]\n
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  • [The Lean Startup Learning Loop. Start with what you want to learn, then build something that’ll give you real-world data or insight into that. Do this as quickly as possible, so you’re acting on real information and customer contact, and so you can spot your fatal assumptions sooner.]\n
  • [Experienced founders know when to use each tool. Processes are tools too, they are answers to specific problems. Knowing which tool or process to apply is easier when you understand the principles that underlie them. That’s what we focus on at Founder Centric. ]\n
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Intro - eleven Intro - eleven Presentation Transcript

  • Welcome toF-Day!
  • Feedback!
  • 9 Bad News and Assumptions10 Do Less12 Learn, confirm13 Big Picture14:45 The Next Step16 Party!
  • Do not open the kit until I say GO!Build the tallest freestanding structure.The entire marshmallow must be on the verytop.You’ll have 18 minutes.Use as much or as little of the kit contents asyou want, but nothing else!
  • “I wish I knew that sooner.”
  • Who’s Founder Centric?
  • LearningGoalsPost Up
  • Not livingyour dream?
  • Iteration Do LessPrinciples Improve the big picture Learn, then confirm Tangible next steps
  • We will fail.
  • Our job is to bringourselves the badnews sooner.
  • BuildLearn Measure
  • Principles,not process.
  • Make it your own.