Rule #105: Offend your targets sensibilities
"The idea was based on an observation—we noticed that despite feeling for the homeless we only occasionally stopped to give money," says Bird. "That awful feeling after you’ve walked past either someone collecting for charity or a homeless person—it felt like something we could work with. We all know what the right thing to do is, but how often do we actually do it?"
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If you’re at all familiar with startups, you probably recognize the name Paul Graham. In his collection of essays—also known as the Book of Paul—there is a tract entitled “Do Things That Don’t Scale.” In it, the former head of Y Combinator regales the reader with tales of successful…
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Great post by rrhoover. People spend too much time on the “what” and “how” when they should really be testing assumptions to get to the “why.” As efficient an MVP as you could hope for with some awesome results. Keep it up, dude.
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We all ask this question. It’s a common conversation starter, especially in the startup community. I’m particularly fond of this topic—I enjoy geeking out about products, writing design deconstructions, and swapping discoveries with smart folks. But…