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4 things I was scared that could have killed my startup

Last year I started working on my first startup (SlidePick). That was the first time I probably heard the word “startup”…So yeah, I’m not what you could call an “expert” (I don’t even believe in that word).

Starting wasn’t easy. As a new founder there were 4 factors that frightened me the most (and still do) which I thought they could have killed my startup…Or maybe they will.

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Reset

It’s monday morning of an ordinary week of your life, you wake up to work and the first thought it comes to your mind is “Can’t believe the week is just starting”. It’s Friday 6 pm, you are going home from work celebrating that the week has ended.

Sounds familiar? If yes, then you are fucked up…Why is that?

WARNING: If you work from 9 am-5 pm without a purpose and it’s “Ok” for you…Please don’t waste your time reading this and continue with your “Ok” life

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Design + Lean = Thinking Startup

Last week three entrepreneurial monsters sat down to chat about Lean Startup and Design Thinking. Here is a glance about what the conversation was about and how these two process can converge in amazing outcomes.

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The World Cup, Germany and their 5 lessons

After 31 days of passion, emotions, tears and joy, the football world cup has his new champion, the Germany team. A champion that has taught us valuable lessons that we can apply in our daily work as entrepreneurs and founders.

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Stop overthinking…Just stop!

Two weeks ago we launched the first Closed Beta version of SlidePick…It was fucking scary! Next semester I will suspend college…It’s fucking scary! Each decision passed through a long thinking process…Too long I’ve to say, to much overthinking.

Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase. -Martin Luther King, Jr.

The first step is the most difficult one, but also one of the most important…

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