Making sure your dope is good is important. Making sure people will buy it is even better.
I've had the honor of being invited to share some of my experiences on thatpodcast.io. 44 episodes so far, on a podcast that feels like a really nice fireside chat. About what? Pretty much everything. Dave and Beau will tell you better. Essentially, that is about geek culture, dad's life, tech SaaS ventures and all …
If you don't know how to sell your product, nobody will do it for you.
Selling is an art. Evangelizing is another. Your sales aren't necessarily evangelizers. They need help.
SaaS businesses need to get rid of old paradigms, with organizations consisting in the 4 usual departments. A 5th one needs to grow.
You think you have the best product in the world? 6 things can still make it useless and kill your business.
Plans make us feel safe. And even if they're useful, we'll reach success by getting out of our comfort zone.
Customer collaboration: trust, transparency, communication and shared vision as your best bet against low churn.
Obvious value is obvious: working software over comprehensive documentation
The end of Agile hasn't come series, part 2. I’m one of the first who, in a team, will want to get proper tooling and processes. Why? Especially because once it’s here, I only want to focus on individuals and interactions.