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Below are a list of resources that you can use to help you find a co-founder for your startup.  Ideally, you’d want to partner with someone that you already know, but that’s not always possible.  If you’re still looking for a co-founder, this list is for you. Online http://founder2be.com Complete a profile about yourself, select  [ Read More ]

With the growth of startups in the world, there has also been a growth in tech incubators and accelerators designed to help these startups.  These are valuable resources for startup founders that can provide extremely influential industry contacts, early funding, mentoring, office space, and a lot more depending on the program. I’ve decided to compile  [ Read More ]

I want to preface this by saying I’m no expert when it comes to the customer development model. I am quite the avid reader of great startup leaders such as Eric Ries and Steve Blank, and what I’ve attempted to do in this post is gather their ideas and thoughts in to a short and  [ Read More ]

I never thought I’d find a skilled programmer to work along side with in building my startup.  Especially not someone on the Internet. After dedicating months to trying to learn how to program to build my startup on my own, I finally came to the realization that it was something that wasn’t for me.  I  [ Read More ]

It was a stormy night in California.  We were a few months in to development and we still hadn’t launched yet. The fire we had to continue developing our startup was beginning to die.  The starting is always easy—two guys extremely excited to bring their vision to life.  Once upon a time, we ate, slept,  [ Read More ]

It was my first startup. As much as I read from others, “launch early and iterate often”, there was something in my psyche that told me: “this launch must be as perfect as possible”. My cofounder and I would debate for weeks on the in the intricacies of what we needed before launching in to  [ Read More ]

In a lot of technical startups, great non-technical founders (or co-founders) are hard to find. We all know that there are far too many “idea guys” out there that don’t know what it truly takes to run a startup. At the same time though, there are many highly-qualified non-technical people out there that can bring  [ Read More ]

Non-programmers wanting to create a startup face a major problem: they can’t program. Naturally, you’re going to need to find someone to work with.  As a “non-programmer” (well, I like to call myself the biz/dev guy), I’ve had major trouble proving my worth to programmers & web developers in the past.   Here are two of the  [ Read More ]

I once believed I had an idea that could change my life and make me financially successful. This idea was so “genius” that I couldn’t tell a soul.  I had to keep it in, strategize, plan, and when the time was right, I’d have it all built and would release it to the public. How  [ Read More ]