While gauging user feedback is definitely important, entrepreneurs need to both listen to what users say, and selectively ignore them.
Naysayers shouldn’t stop you from forging ahead, especially if you have the the willpower as well as the research to prove them wrong.
In excerpts first on Entrepreneur from the Masters of Scale podcast series, the founder of Walker & Company shares when he went against the grain — and what we can learn from it.
In the new episode of ‘Masters of Scale,’ host Reid Hoffman chats with entrepreneurs Tristan Walker and Kathryn Minshew about using early rejection to build successful businesses.
It is the unanticipated items that cause most startups to take longer and cost more to reach breakeven.
There are two theories: raising a lot and raising just enough to get by. Both have their advantages and setbacks.
Networking and coffee meetings didn’t work for us. We needed a different way to sell our services.
When I first designed my platform for Due, I knew all along that I was not going to wait to create the perfect product before I launched it.
At my company, I want to keep creating personal experiences even as we scale.
The billionaire co-founder of LinkedIn and Greylock Partner is hosting a new 10-series podcast, ‘Masters of Scale’, one full of ideas worth talking about.