Simple and Effective: Start a Business using Lean Principles | Eric Campbell | Skillshare

Simple and Effective: Start a Business using Lean Principles

Eric Campbell, eLearning Expert | Location Independent

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19 Lessons (52m)
    • 1. Course Promo

      3:06
    • 2. Why lean principles will save you huge amounts of time & money

      3:06
    • 3. How to avoid wasting $1,000's of dollars

      4:47
    • 4. The truth about startup funding

      1:41
    • 5. Why execution is more important than your 'idea'

      2:29
    • 6. The power of getting started

      2:39
    • 7. Talking to customers is your secret weapon

      3:45
    • 8. What questions you should be asking

      4:10
    • 9. Why you need to stop pitching and listen

      3:20
    • 10. Recurring painpoints are gold!

      1:55
    • 11. What is an MVP?

      3:13
    • 12. The power of creativity and building things that don't scale

      2:16
    • 13. You have one goal: prove your assumption

      1:55
    • 14. Get feedback and reiterate often

      2:32
    • 15. Testing will make you rich

      2:18
    • 16. Protect your idea

      0:55
    • 17. Surround yourself with successful people

      1:28
    • 18. Course review

      4:51
    • 19. Failure is the secret of success

      2:02

About This Class

Do you want to start a business but information overload is stopping you?

Businesses should be simple

The truth is starting a business doesn’t have to be hard. At its core a business is simply a solution to a problem people are having. That’s it.

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Lean principles help you focus on what matters

Lean principles allow you to focus on the core of a business while ignoring all the other stuff that doesn’t matter. In this course you will learn about the 3-steps to building a profitable business.

  1. Customer Development (find a problem to solve)
  2. The MVP (see if people are willing to pay for a solution)
  3. Build the solution (create your business based on customer feedback)