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  • hello & Lean startup http://startupmba.foundercentric.com
  • hello@foundercentric.com foundercentric.com @foundercentric ! Mailing list: http://bit.ly/fc-list
  • So you have an idea (maybe) View slide
  • Which came from wherever View slide
  • Maybe too far to jump
  • So build stepping stones
  • There’s no ABC process
  • It’s exciting and scary
  • #1 killer of startups?
  • ...
  • Our goal: the skills to navigate
  • —E. L. Doctorow “It’s like driving at night in the fog. You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.”
  • —Derek Sivers (paraphrased) “You never get anywhere sitting in the driveway waiting for the finish line to come to you.”
  • groups of 5-ish with whoever is nearby
  • say hello. what’s your story?
  • startups are hard. Why bother?
  • raise your hand if you read the lean startup 
 
 

  • raise your hand if you read the lean startup 
 if you haven’t, get into a group with someone who has
  • say hello again ! (the turbo version)
  • what stands out about lean startup? ! and What sounds like b.s. or hype?
  • Lots of tools! ! (we’ll cover the big ones this weekend)
  • 3 main principles 1. Our startup is a pile of guesses 2. The faster we can bounce our guesses off the market, the better we’ll do 3. Learning is progress; building stuff isn’t
  • the fourth principle • Once we’ve got the foundation right, we can deploy lots of capital and scale tremendously

  • the fourth principle • Once we’ve got the foundation right, we can deploy lots of capital and scale tremendously
 
 (alternately, if we just want to chill on a beach, we can automate or delegate the process and move on)
  • 3. Learning is progress; building stuff isn’t
  • @robfitz
  • @robfitz
  • Quote source @twitter
  • 2. 
 the faster we can bounce our guesses off the market, the better we’ll do
  • new Groups! refurbing a restaurant kitchen costs £150k ! you look for funding and they want 90% ownership ! how do you get started?
  • Title Text
  • -Build- -measure- -learn-
  • 1. 
 our startup is a pile of guesses
  • @robfitz
  • new Groups! sounds like a cool idea. ! if you were investors, what would you be scared of?
  • What could the founder do this week to answer some of those questions?
  • comments?
  • Reliable and scalable: 
 ? 
 
 Reliable but unscalable: consulting, franchises Uncertain and scalable: 
 tech startups, 
 product companies 
 Uncertain and unscalable: cafes, some SMEs
  • Reliable and scalable: 
 ? 
 
 Reliable but unscalable: consulting, franchises Uncertain and scalable: 
 tech startups, 
 product companies 
 Uncertain and unscalable: cafes, some SMEs
  • Reliable and scalable: 
 ? 
 
 Reliable but unscalable: consulting, franchises Uncertain and scalable: 
 tech startups, 
 product companies 
 Uncertain and unscalable: cafes, some SMEs
  • what do you think?
  • drink drinks!