By Étienne Garbugli | November 11, 2012
If you test only one idea, people have to do politics. If you test all or many concepts, everyone starts thinking like an entrepreneur and try to get the best (Eric Ries).
By Étienne Garbugli |
You need to have a clear definition of victory and know what it is you want to win (Alan Webber).
Never accept the first offer (Guy Paré). The second offer will always be better.
If someone is at the negotiation table, it means that they need you in some way (Guy Paré).
The ideal number of partners to have in a business is 2 – one of them being you (Neil Patel). There about obviously exceptions…
Attacking a new market with a new product and a new business model calls for disaster, make sure you’re not too disruptive. Read more: Rethinking Startup Originality