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» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How Did We Validate MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena Business Idea? [Video]

I’ve detailed the process a lot more in this article: How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena Now, to the video and the transcript: How did you validate your startup idea? When we started MavenHut, we knew that people love to play Solitaire, right? We […] The post How Did We Validate MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena Business Idea? [Video] appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Big Deal: Joe Rogan’s Podcast on Spotify Only

This is a big move for Spotify. In some ways it’s like the huge content deals sites like Netflix, HBO, Disney+ and Apple TV+ did when they launched their projects. And I feel that financially is in the same ballpark. This is how it looks in numbers. Joe Rogan’s Podcast has: 190 million listeners per […] The post Big Deal: Joe Rogan’s Podcast on Spotify Only appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Napoleon: A Life

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» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Worldometers.info Gets 1 Billion Visits in April 2020

With all the pressure put on the business environment by the quarantine we’ve been into, due to COVID-19, there are some businesses, though, that saw amazing growth. Still, a statistics site wouldn’t have been one I would’ve thought about before the pandemic. But Worldometers.info saw a growth to 1 billion visits in April. And not […] The post Worldometers.info Gets 1 Billion Visits in April 2020 appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Can You Build an MVP without a Team or without Cofounders?

Contrary to what some people may think, I actually recommend not having a team before testing the MVP. And I’ve got a solid argument to explain myself. If you wonder what’s an MVP, I have you covered. And this is why it’s important to use one to validate your idea. If you want to watch […] The post Can You Build an MVP without a Team or without Cofounders? appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» What’s an MVP in a Startup?

What’s an MVP? In a Startup? The MVP is one of the best ways to validate the existence of your market. Here’s a link to the startup “Bible” and the book that truly pushed the concept to the startup world: The Lean Startup. You need to read this if you want to have more than […] The post What’s an MVP in a Startup? appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? Asking friends and family is a dumb idea, in my opinion, […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» What’s the biggest startup MVP mistake you can make?

In the phrase “minimum viable product”, the keyword is MINIMUM. And there’s your biggest mistake. First of all, if you don’t that what’s an MVP, see here. If you want to watch, rather than read, there’s a video at the end of this post. For more similar videos, subscribe to the YouTube channel. What’s the […] The post What’s the biggest startup MVP mistake you can make? appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? As an idea, not by asking friends and family. Read below […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Validate a Software App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena

Do you really need a product to show when you start a new business? The truth is you can actually start a business without a product. You need to know if there is a market for your idea, though. How do you do this? As an idea, not by asking friends and family. Read below […] The post How to Validate a Software/App Idea with Less than $200: A Case Study of MavenHut’s Solitaire Arena appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How do You Validate Your Startup Idea? Don’t Ask Friends and Family!

How do you validate the startup idea? The common-sense approach to validating your startup idea is to to ask friends, to ask the family: what do they think? I don’t agree with that. Your friends and family will lie to you Most of the time, since your friends and family are good people, they don’t […] The post How do You Validate Your Startup Idea? Don’t Ask Friends and Family! appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How Much Seed Funding Do You Ask For Your Startup?

You’re raising seed funding for your startup. How Much Seed Funding Do You Ask For Your Startup? We raised approx. $700,000 (€550,000) in seed money for MavenHut in 2012. Was that enough? Well, if the same company would’ve raised funding for a similar runway in Silicon Valley, the amount would’ve been closer to $2,000,000. Nobody […] The post How Much Seed Funding Do You Ask For Your Startup? appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Is Saturday a Business Day?

Sounds funny, right? “Is Saturday a business day?” Short answer: No, for some. Yes, for some others. Even shorter answer: if you’re an entrepreneur, YES, Saturday is a business day! Now the longer version and explanations. I was born in communist Romania. For the first almost 5 years of school, until the fall of the […] The post Is Saturday a Business Day? appeared first on The CEO Library.

» What motivates startup early employees?

Once you find a cofounder, you will probably try to find some employees. And you need to find ways to motivate the early employees. Truth is, it’s quite easy to motivate them, but you need to be careful with what you promise because it’s also really easy to overpromise things. For more similar videos, subscribe […] The post What motivates startup early employees? appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Supercell’s business deconstructed

When we were growing MavenHut, one of the models we used was SuperCell. I’ve actually used their business model to convince our investors to put more money into MavenHut. The company created several games and generated $12.5 billions in 6-7 years with just a few employees (300) compared to other gaming companies. It’s an amazing […] The post Supercell’s business deconstructed appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Which entrepreneur made tractors before entering the sports car business?

Well, if I tell you the first name of the entrepreneur, it might not ring a bell: Ferruccio. If I tell you it’s a car company, you might think: “Hmmm, italian name… Ferrari! Ah, no, that’s Enzo! Alfa Romeo! Maserati!”. Or you might say the right name: Lamborghini. Which entrepreneur made tractors before entering the […] The post Which entrepreneur made tractors before entering the sports car business? appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Used Lenovo ThinkPad Buying Guide

I’ve been looking to buy a cheap Lenovo ThinkPad to play with Linux distributions. I’ve lost contact with the PC laptops world a while ago, so I needed to find a good source of information. This is the best I found: Used ThinkPad Buyer’s Guide Used ThinkPads are cheap because they are business-grade computers – […] The post Used Lenovo ThinkPad Buying Guide appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Startup Founder Work-Life Balance: Is It Possible?

Is it possible to have a work-life balance as an entrepreneur at the early stage of your startup? The answer: NO! And an emphatic NO at that. I really don’t think that if you want, if you really want, to start a business, if you’re consummate about what you want to start, you’ll be able […] The post Startup Founder Work-Life Balance: Is It Possible? appeared first on The CEO Library.

» How to Approach Potential Investors by Email

How do I approach an angel investor by e-mail? [If you prefer video, you can find it at the end of this article. For more similar videos, subscribe to the YouTube channel.] Well it simple: just send an email, first. A lot of people don’t even send the first email because they get too caught […] The post How to Approach Potential Investors by Email appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Send an Email Follow-up After Meeting Someone for Business

Sending an email follow-up after meeting someone for business might be the best advice I can ever give you. For more similar videos, subscribe to the YouTube channel. Transcript: You go to a meeting, you leave the meeting pumped up to do things, you’ve established some things with the meeting partners and two days later, […] The post Send an Email Follow-up After Meeting Someone for Business appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Who should be the main person in a startup to pitch to an investor? [Video & Transcript]

The CEO. And there’s no room for negotiation here. The video at the end of this post explains why. For more similar videos, subscribe to the YouTube channel. Transcript: At an investor pitch, who should be the main person to pitch? First of all, let’s put in the context: I’m talking here about early stage […] The post Who should be the main person in a startup to pitch to an investor? [Video & Transcript] appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Bogdan Savonea

Bogdan Savonea is the CEO and co-founder of TPS Engage. I actually talked to the guys at TPS in 2012, when I was building MavenHut and they were just launching what would then become TPS Engage. Truth is, I didn’t talk to Bogdan, but to his co-founder, and I remember thinking their idea wasn’t that […] The post Bogdan Savonea appeared first on The CEO Library.

» My Dear Mr. Stalin: The Complete Correspondence of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph V. Stalin

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» Solve for Happy: Engineer Your Path to Joy

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» Diplomacy

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