Welcome to the course!
Let's get acquainted with the course and your instructor (yours truly <3)
I created this course for a number of reasons:
#1: I get asked the same two questions non stop: "How do I get started being an Entrepreneur" and "How do I know if my idea is any good". For years my instant response has been "Have you built an MVP?", which was always followed by some form of silence, glossy eyed stare, or that noise you hear when the room is TOO quiet (does anybody else hear that? God, I hope it's not just me. Maybe I have tinnitus)
#2: When I first started business school (see: walked around in suits & pretended to be busy), I was only vaguely aware of what "The Lean Startup" was. It was being used and referenced by anyone with a mouth, but it was impossible to nail down what exactly it was and meant. Back then, there were no resources out there for HOW you would go out, be lean, and run a full "napkin idea to working MVP" experiment.
And guess what? There STILL isn't!
Enter 1 Day MVP. You're going to learn the Lean Framework, how to design experiments, how to find customers, build test pages, and actually build a code-less MVP. And also no BS, we are actually going to DO all of these things.
What the course is like:
If you've ever taken any of my other courses, you know I teach things a little differently. Sure, you'll get a healthy dose of theory but I don't think anything is complete (or even valuable) without following along and doing what we just learned. You'll also find that there are activities to help you follow along yourself either with an idea of your own or one you can borrow (just bring it back before midnight) . There is also plenty of advice from personal experience being in the startup trenches sprinkled through the lectures.
Do I have to do everything?
I strongly suggest you start from the beginning, complete the activities, watch the follow along lectures, try to apply these techniques yourself.
If you're ever confused or just want to ask "is my question stupid?" just private message me or ideally post in the group discussion so everyone else can participate as well.
Let's get started