You have an idea you can’t shake. Now it’s time to take action – you need the product that you can actually get started with. This is one of the hardest parts of the startup journey – moving from something that is so perfect in your mind to something tangible in the real world. The … Continue reading Starting up? Why your product isn’t actually your product. It’s the mechanics.
For most of my 20s and into my 30s I was a convinced that “all of the good problems to solve” had been taken. I told myself that I would’ve been the perfect person to start airbnb or Birchbox if I had just had the idea sooner. Nothing could have been further from the truth. … Continue reading See the friction: Finding a start-up idea.
No matter what anyone says, I’ve always found the beginning of the year the perfect time to reflect and assess and then kick my butt into gear. There is an artificial tidiness to it, sure, but when embarking on a new project, I’ll take any help I can get. But this is not about me. It’s … Continue reading Have an idea? It's time to start.