Key Takeaways

The minimalist Entrepreneur

<aside> 💡 - You don’t learn then start. You start, then learn

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Start with community

<aside> 💡 - It’s the community that leads you to the problem

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Build as little as possible

<aside> 💡 - Refine manual valuable process before building a minimum viable product

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Sell to your first hundred customers

<aside> 💡 - Launches are alluring, but they are one-off events I wouldn’t bet my business on. Instead wait until you have a product with repeat, paying customers. Then launch by thanking them

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Market by being you

<aside> 💡 - Marketing is not about making headlines but fans

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Grow yourself and your business mindfully

<aside> 💡 - Seek “profitable confidence” (Spend less money than you make)

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Build the house you want to live in

<aside> 💡 - You’ve already built one product for customers, now you’re building another: The product is your company, your customers are your employees

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Going Deep

The minimalist Entrepreneur


Start with Community