MP3 File (run time 41:30)
In this episode, we discuss topics including how he got involved in the Lean Startup movement, the difference between a coach and a consultant, and lessons from various startups. When are you “pivoting” versus just giving up on an idea? Tristan also talks about why being data driven and scientific “is the aspiration” and why somebody who “starts from a profound state of ignorance” can be helpful by asking the right questions.
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