In the first part of this article, we discussed what lean startup is and how it can be used to build a WordPress business. We discussed the threefold ‘build, measure and learn’ model that defines the lifecycle of a product. We also explained the notion of baseline and how you can define an MVP for your product.
I'm the oldest of 3 children, all boys. We were an unruly bunch. We spent lots of time in the forest doing things that most parents today would never let their kids do.
In his book Deep Work, Cal Newport introduces us to a term called Any-Benefit Thinking. He uses it in terms of social media when he says.
Late in 2016 I had a coaching client who proudly told me that she and her husband had just worked out a new work time deal. She was only going to work 14 hours a day, 6 days a week and only 2 hours a day on the seventh day.
As a growing nonprofit, community center or organization, your ability to broaden your presence beyond your local region relies almost solely on your website. Understandably you’re most likely strapped for time, money and even manpower to get a sleek and motivating site up and running, but that doesn’t mean you should settle for a second-rate website. Your initiative has an important underlying story driving its mission and an integral way of sharing that story and gaining more momentum in terms of funding and participants is with a website that is informative and inspiring.
In our exclusive interview with Curtis Hays, founder of Curtis Hays Consulting, you may discover that choosing the WordPress theme that you'll use to build your website is as big of a decision as picking a business partner or even tying the knot!
In our one on one interview with BlizzardPress' co-founders Kristen and Trent Blizzard, get two online marketing and web design expert's advice on how to scale your business using the Jupiter WordPress business theme.