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Entrepreneurship and lean startup. Hitting the wall but still going.

Artem Berman, Don't waste time

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76 Lessons (2h 53m)
    • 1. Entrepreneurship and lean startup

      3:12
    • 2. Idea and realization

      1:25
    • 3. The economy of knowledge

      1:40
    • 4. Fruitful debut idea

      2:50
    • 5. What is the best way to start a startup?

      2:42
    • 6. Ideas generation as an exercise

      3:35
    • 7. Should your idea be a revolutionary one?

      3:24
    • 8. Didn't they invent everything?

      2:22
    • 9. Should you protect your IP?

      2:15
    • 10. They have stolen my idea

      2:00
    • 11. Can you sell the idea?

      1:23
    • 12. Invention and innovation

      1:30
    • 13. Startup and family business

      1:31
    • 14. Formulating the goals of your company

      1:36
    • 15. Why is it important to have a goal?

      1:42
    • 16. Stress test of your idea

      2:31
    • 17. Entrepreneur. No more work for hire

      2:38
    • 18. Your first steps... Your last steps

      2:19
    • 19. Danger of the ideas

      1:36
    • 20. Founder leader and manager

      2:40
    • 21. Entrepreneurship and economy

      1:21
    • 22. Founder, the characteristics

      1:14
    • 23. Several founders, how to avoid killing each other?

      1:26
    • 24. Leader and manager - is it the same person?

      2:18
    • 25. Working in group

      3:19
    • 26. What makes a great leader?

      2:16
    • 27. What makes a great manager?

      2:04
    • 28. Should I be a technical savvy?

      2:17
    • 29. Should I be an asshole?

      1:46
    • 30. Finding a motivation

      1:48
    • 31. Stress test of yourself

      2:11
    • 32. A team and roles ambiguity

      3:07
    • 33. Corporate culture why should you care?

      2:10
    • 34. CEO responsibilities

      5:46
    • 35. Hands-on management and delegation

      2:16
    • 36. First to leave if success last if failure

      1:59
    • 37. Let's rock-n-roll

      1:41
    • 38. The magic formula for the success

      1:54
    • 39. Lean startup and its main principles

      1:52
    • 40. MVP and others

      1:53
    • 41. Customer development

      2:35
    • 42. Product development

      2:20
    • 43. Channel development

      2:57
    • 44. Lean startup is dead but still going

      2:39
    • 45. Every fruit has own time

      4:30
    • 46. Stages of the company's life cycle and the implications

      8:04
    • 47. Core competencies and supporting activities

      2:21
    • 48. Communication lines

      3:52
    • 49. Hire and when?

      2:46
    • 50. Cash is the king burning

      2:54
    • 51. CAC CRC CLV

      2:54
    • 52. When is it time to scale?

      2:19
    • 53. Pivot or not and when?

      1:35
    • 54. Intrapreneurship

      0:53
    • 55. Exit strategies

      1:54
    • 56. Most typical errors

      1:48
    • 57. Venture money

      1:10
    • 58. Self funded or on steroids

      3:00
    • 59. Bootstrapping

      1:42
    • 60. Why venture money?

      1:16
    • 61. How do venture funds work?

      1:47
    • 62. Types of VC funds

      2:35
    • 63. When consider VC money?

      2:13
    • 64. Does it come for free?

      1:26
    • 65. Your equity is your blood

      1:41
    • 66. You want to raise, what journey you are about to start?

      2:12
    • 67. How to approach VC?

      2:20
    • 68. Company valuation

      2:21
    • 69. Your pitch

      2:03
    • 70. Negotiations

      2:21
    • 71. A termsheet

      1:16
    • 72. Due diligence

      2:02
    • 73. The paperwork

      2:27
    • 74. Your new role if they kept you

      1:05
    • 75. Managing the BOD

      1:02
    • 76. Don't get used to VC money

      1:18
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