March 23rd: Required Reading

I tend to do a lot of reading online on a daily basis. I come across many articles I enjoy and believe would be useful to a lot of individuals, specially those who read this blog. Hence, I will be posting one entry weekly with a list of the best posts I have read during that week.

How to Raise a Successful VC Round or Series A

Engineering vs. Design

On the Importance of Trusting Your Gut

Titles and Promotions

Cultivate Existing Customers

You shouldn’t apply to YCombinator if…

Hire the Least Likely Candidate

How can I tell if I am failing at my entrepreneurial venture or start-up?

Building a Sustainable Side Project

Running Lean Community MVP

March 16th: Required Reading

I tend to do a lot of reading online on a daily basis. I come across many articles I enjoy and believe would be useful to a lot of individuals, specially those who read this blog. Hence, I will be posting one entry weekly with a list of the best posts I have read during that week.

Whom Should You Hire at a Startup?

More, better, faster: UX design for startups

Facebook pages are worthless for your startup.

The Most Active Angel Investor In The World

How to Make Your Customers Feel Good

Tim O’Reilly on the power of big ideas

6 Ways You’re Making Your Startup Unfundable

Carbonite CEO On Launching Your Next Startup

March 9th: Required Reading

I tend to do a lot of reading online on a daily basis. I come across many articles I enjoy and believe would be useful to a lot of individuals, specially those who read this blog. Hence, I will be posting one entry weekly with a list of the best posts I have read during that week.

The art of changing hearts, minds and actions

The bar is higher

The Most Important Start Up Lesson I Have Learned From Fred Wilson

What do you do after you make a ZILLION dollars?

What we have learnt running a bootstrapped startup

Build a Killer Product Faster! The Secret of User Activity Streams and Cohort Metrics

My Simple Multiple Choice Test For Consumer Internet Startups

The Value of Hiring Experience

What Designers Should Know About Visual Perception and Memory

March 1st: Required Weekly Readings

I tend to do a lot of reading online on a daily basis. I come across many articles I enjoy and believe would be useful to a lot of individuals, specially those who read this blog. Hence, I will be posting one entry weekly with a list of the best posts I have read during that week.

Embrace Your Losses – They Will Make You Stronger

What I Wish Someone Had Told Me 4 Years Ago

Masks and Armor

What Is Your Brand Against?

The Six Habits of a Talent Magnet

Creating a Product Focused Startup Culture

You — Not Your Competitors — Define Your Destiny

Why Selling to SMBs Is Becoming Sexy

Accelerate Your Startup: Spend to Scale the Business

Feb 22nd: Required Weekly Readings

I tend to do a lot of reading online on a daily basis. I come across many articles I enjoy and believe would be useful to a lot of individuals, specially those who read this blog. Hence, I will be posting one entry weekly with a list of the best posts I have read during that week.

Startups in stealth mode need one piece of advice.

How to think about cash vs. equity compensation

8 Questions to Help Decide if You Should be Raising Money Now

5 Steps to Working smarter

How to Hire a Great Marketing Person

How To Know Your Side Project Is Ready To Be A Startup

What Interviewing 31 Sales People Taught Me About “Sales”

Pull that damned reserve cord earlier

Learn to Be Patient for Entrepreneurial Success

Feb 15th: Required Weekly Readings

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I tend to do a lot of reading online on a daily basis. I come across many articles I enjoy and believe would be useful to a lot of individuals, specially those who read this blog. Hence, I will be posting one entry weekly with a list of the best posts I have read during that week.

How to Guarantee You Won’t Make A Bad Hire

10 Killer Adwords Strategies for Startups

10 Things You Need to Do to Be a Successful Entrepreneur

Breakdancing and Mastery of the Universe

Startups in stealth mode need one piece of advice

Lean UX: Getting out of the deliverables business

I’m tired of unhappy people

VC’s Are Not Your Friends

Improving Sales: The Excuse Department is Closed

Feb 8: Required Weekly Reading

I tend to do a lot of reading online on a daily basis. I come across many articles I enjoy and believe would be useful to a lot of individuals, specially those who read this blog. Hence, I will be posting one entry weekly with a list of the best posts I have read during that week.

Power Blogging Hour

Meta Principles I Learned from Running Lean

Is Deploying to Production 50x/Day a GOOD Idea?

Fatboy In A Lean World

Ramit Sethi’s essential copywriting bookmarks

A thought provoking framework on Simplicity

Your Best Friend Is Your Product’s Worst Enemy

How Steve Jobs gets things done

The Top 10 Best Ways to Fail as an Entrepreneur

Why did Salesforce.com succeed?

The introvert’s guide to people

What Makes a Hit (Consumer) Internet Service