Suggestions by founders, managers, or anyone with authority in a startup, might often be misunderstood as directions or decisions. Even if we didn’t intend this to happen.
This article is based on a comment of mine to a HackerNews question. Thought it might be useful to explain it here a bit more in detail.
This anxiety isn’t anxiety it’s just your raw excitement that you are misunderstanding.
I haven’t been blogging for quite some time, so everything is a bit rusty for me, but i thought this article might be useful for a few more people, because about 1-4 times per week i get approached with a …
This blogpost is part of a small series of posts that cover the basics of startup metrics. My personal goal is to help early stage startups more effectively, but also avoid repeating myself too much in mentoring programs.
As a consultant for analytics i see a fair share of integrations of analytics tools. One of the most common mistakes is how people actually track events and conversion goals.
As a analytics consultant I am working with a lot of startups and help them in the topics of metrics, analytics, retention and growth. Most of the questions i get are based on a few misunderstandings.
I usually I blog about Angellist, Startups, Founders, the Future and especially Metrics but I have shown this “lifehack” to so many people that I thought it’s worth it’s own blogpost. Hope it’s useful.
If you go to Lean Startup events you will find first time founders, consultants, accelerator managers, r&d people, enterprise intrapreneurs, people of the government and a lot of people running meet-ups around the topic of Lean Startup. But you hardly …
It’s fair to say that Angellist is the most exciting (web/mobile) tech startup in 2013.