remote-business

Why I Built A Remote Business (And Why You Should, Too)

My dad has a tough time understanding how we’re able to collaborate without being in the same room. I could have kept consulting on my own, handling a few clients from Ireland, paying myself a nice salary and live a “normal” life. That wasn’t for me. I wanted to go all-in. A few books changed my life. “Remote” […]

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€0 To €84k As A First-Time Consultant: A No-BS guide To Do The Same

I haven’t written a blog post in more than a year. It’s been a busy year. In one year, I went from a one-man show with €0 in revenue to a great team of 3 with €84k in revenue. I have a newfound respect for you entrepreneurs. The people who have been doing this for […]

Validating my business idea by potential customers: how I did it

Only three weeks have passed since I last published an article on this blog, and yet so many things have happened. It is amazing how time flies when you do things you love. Today, it’s time to go through what I have been doing from this point in time until today. If you are thinking […]

4 lessons I learned from talking to my first potential customers and experts

I’ve spent the last two weeks talking to potential customers and experts in the field of ecommerce, marketing or big data. So far, I’ve met or talked to four potential customers and seven experts. I’m not going to explain how I managed to talk to those persons in this post. This is for another day. […]

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How I built my first MVP in less than 1 week (and how you could, too)

In my first article, I came up with a series of risks and hypotheses to test in order to build a successful product and a great company. In his book “The Lean Startup”, Eric Ries explains that a startup is in fact a series of untested hypotheses. Each of them have to be tested, starting […]

The first step on building my startup: the initial idea

I’ve read a lot of startup or business books throughout the years but none of them could compare to “The Four Steps to the Epiphany“. Before reading this book, creating a startup seemed to me like an extremely difficult goal to achieve. I didn’t know where to start, what to do or what to measure. […]