Food For Founders Issue #5
|Stephen Alred Jr.||Oct 12, 2018|
Almost every successful entrepreneur I’ve met wasn’t successful with the initial idea.
Sometimes the current course needs minor tweaks (standard iteration) and sometimes a completely different direction is required (full pivot).
Plan for constant course correction on the entrepreneur journey. New information, new findings, and new innovations are part of the search for success.
When motivators become habits, that’s what can make the difference between startups success and failure.
Eyeing the opportunity to learn and fine-tune business strategy helps reduce bigger losses by failing early.
If one is not convinced about his or her own ideas, chances are no one else will buy them too.
Companies have + 48 ENPS for folks who have flexible options.
Everyone needs to have a 1:1 with all of their direct reports on a weekly basis.
Kicking people out of the office gets some comfort and familiarity with it and really forces the organization to build the processes they need to accommodate other folks.