Iterate from Plan A to a Plan That Works
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- + Part 1: Roadmap
- + Part 2: Document Your Plan A
Part 3: Identify the Riskiest Parts of Your Plan
Part 4: Systematically Test Your Plan
Stage One: Understand Problem
Stage Two: Define Solution
Stage Three: Validate Qualitatively
Stage Four: Verify Quantitatively
- + Stage One: Understand Problem
Appendix: Bonus Material
- How to Build a Low-Burn Startup
- Why Premature Fundraising Is a Form of Waste
- How to Achieve Flow in a Lean Startup
- How to Set Pricing for a SaaS Product
- How to Build a Teaser Page
- How to Get Started with Continuous Deployment
- How to Build a Conversion Dashboard
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