In the frenzy of building a startup, there are plenty of places where you need to slow down. Your search for product-market fit is where you need to speed up.
Innovation comes from experimentation. Experimentation leads to failure. Embracing failure is the path to building great products and enterprise value.
Startups, and downhill mountain biking, are inherently risky. You can improve your odds by taking a thoughtful approach throughout your journey.
Issue #7: Shifting sales channel strategies is similar to swapping out the engines in an aircraft already in the air. It just might save your startup.
Issue #6: You can restructure your startup while keeping your team motivated and on track to deliver future growth.
Issue #2: Don’t rush scaling product-market fit. Here are two ways to avoid the common trap of wasting time and money on the wrong growth tactics.