The Top Five Reasons Why I Love Eric Ries’s “The Lean Start-up”

There is a category of consumer referred to as the early adopter, who is the person who wants to be the first to get their hands on a new product even if it’s not quite perfect yet, just to be at the front of the pack.  I like to get my mind on to a new idea or product early – I don’t know whether its impatience or cheapness, but my hands are happy to wait til its proven worth it – but if there is a pack, then I’ve been known to become hypercritical and dismissive for no reason other than its popularity. It happened with the Harry Potter books, which I deeply regret; it happened with Facebook, which I do not.  Continue reading

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“When it comes to things like business education, we have an interesting debate [Success] is far tougher to teach at university. As an entrepreneur, you just need to be able to add up, subtract and multiply…What matters is you create products that people really want.”

Food for thought: Sir Richard Branson, at UQ Business School’s luncheon 9 May 2013              (Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/branson-tells-uq-forum-not-to-waste-money-on-degrees-20130509-2ja84.html#ixzz2TGUvVcys