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  • Lean Startup: Do More With Less (Video)

    But one of the blessings of starting-up lean, is that you “must” learn to operate, to execute – to create an equilibrium where you look with scrutiny at everything, even the small things.

    No money, no problem — still startup.

    I can’t tell you about your own experience with starting up Upstart: Business and Management for 20-40 Year Old Professionals, but I started up nonetheless, not knowing that I didn’t have enough money, time, manpower for everything, for anything, which I guess is part of the launch process for most of us.

    But one of the blessings of starting-up lean, is that you “must” learn to operate, to execute – to create an equilibrium where you look with scrutiny at everything, even the small things.

    The most important aspect of being a lean startup is that you will have to make both forecasted and real-time decisions, but you will have to make a decision. The other issue: try to find the best talent. You will find out that you cannot do everything, so the delegation of crucial responsibilities and their operational excellence, will determine if you grow fast or not at all.

    I found a video, where Eric Reis’s, The Lean Startup,  is disseminated  within Xerox’sPARC (Palo Alto Research Center) Forum,” which goes into detail about the variety of challenges and opportunities when starting up, while having little resource. It’s a good source for the future or current entrepreneur to see the reality of their journey.

    Watch the Video

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    Good Luck.

    Calvin Wilson
    Founder and CEO
    Upstart: Business and Management for 20-40 Year Old Professionals
    calvin.wilson1@verizon.net
    http://twitter.com/Upstart__Nation

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