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operation acquisition

Startup being acquired

Startup being acquired. Stressful suspense.

operation validation traction value

Even my friends who encouraged me to start won't buy from me

finally started my own business and my friends lied to me

operation

Keep going? or try something new?

Keep going or try something new with my WebApp?

operation execution

I have not started and I am already exhausted

Im exhausted and I havent even fully started

operation cofounder

Partner nightmare. How do I sell my shares in new startup?

My partners want me out. How do I get fair treatment?

value

How do you create value exactly?

How do you "Create Value?". A simple thing I don't understand

operation cofounder

The programmer wants to be CEO. What can I do?

Having trouble figuring out roles...

service operation profit

Started service businesses but I am too busy

For people who started service businesses, were you able to bypass doing the work yourself from the start?

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Product market and target customer

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Product market and target customer

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TeenSharks steps to startup

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TeenSharks steps to startup

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Steps from an idea to a merchandise

Steps from an idea to a merchandise

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Why startups fails for the first time

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Why startups fails for the first time

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Jack the entrepreneur needing motivation

Jack

Jack the entrepreneur needing motivation

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Jack the Entrepreneur: deciding how much to sell idea

Jack

Jack the Entrepreneur: deciding how much to sell idea

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Jack the Entrepreneur trying to pick hat

Jack

Jack the Entrepreneur trying to pick hat

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Jack the entrepreneur building prototype

Jack

Jack the entrepreneur building prototype

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The four facets of a product

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The four facets of a product

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Business is to give value, and get paid a bit

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Business is to give value, and get paid a bit

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The three realms of world: consumer, market, and industry

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The three realms of world: consumer, market, and industry

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The smiley curve - design, manufacturing and marketing

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The smiley curve - design, manufacturing and marketing

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risk chance

Chang Liu

Veterans take risk, newbies take chances.

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knowledge

Chang Liu

Entrepreneurship is learning valuable knowledge that no one will teach

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risk job work

Chang Liu

Recklessness is a jump for money, where leap of faith is a jump for knowledge

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IP secret

Chang Liu

IP is secret others will buy instead of stealing

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failure fail prepare

Chang Liu

Startup success is based on preparation, which is based on failure

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chance risk

Chang Liu

Entrepreneurship is to take risks not chances

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plunge job work

Chang Liu

When you work for yourself you have the toughest boss who does not have a lot of money.

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secret IP

Chang Liu

Knowledge is what it takes to make knowhow. Knowhow that others will buy is IP.

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reckless

Chang Liu

Recklessness is assuming you may win, leap of faith is assuming you may fail.

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hard

Chinese business proverb

When you know something is hard, it is easy.

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secret

Chang Liu

IP is secrets no one can steal

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new

Chang Liu

People do not accept brand new things with open arms.