March 24, I assure you that all of the following lessons are ones I have learned the hard way. I am sure that for those of you who grew up with a self-sufficient lifestyle or have been doing this for a while or even just possess a tiny bit more common sense than I do, this will be a good laugh. Feel free to chuckle, guffaw, head slap, ridicule, or otherwise enjoy my complete and utter loss of pride.
Eric Ries pioneered and popularized a new-business concept that he called The Lean Startup movement which has already been integrated and applied in many business strategies, small or large.
Eric Ries stated that his mission is to improve the success rate of new innovative products worldwide, and he does it through the Lean Startup movement. To learn more about him and his Lean Startup movement, visit his website: After reading it, I have learned many valuable lessons that are useful in productivity and success, whether you are doing your own business or employed to other businesses.
What is Validated Learning? Eric Ries has stated in his book, The Lean Startup, the definition of validated learning is as follow: Validated Learning is not after-the-fact rationalization or a good story designed to hide failure. It is rigorous method for demonstrating progress when one is embedded in the soil of extreme uncertainty in which startup grows.
In business, especially during startups, you will be faced with a lot of failures, no matter how great your ideas and visions are.
Oftentimes, we conceal those failures by thinking and believing that they are learning. This is the common perception by the majority of people who wants to venture out and become entrepreneurs. They falsely believe that failure alone is a form of learning.
In his book, the Lean Startup, Eric Ries emphasizes the term validated learning. It encourages learning to be in a measurable form, like a metrics.
Validated learning happens when you continue to test and improve your ideas or products, and it has resulted to positive change in your performance. Short to say, validated learning is measurable unlike the usual excuse of concealing failure as learning.
Whether you want to improve the performance of your business or your personal life, keep in mind the value of validated learning. The Lean Startup has more insights that I wish to share with you in my upcoming book review.
But if you are eager to know more about it, on how it can help you improve your business or to learn something new about entrepreneurship and innovation, you may find out more by clicking the book image below: I hope you have learned a valuable lesson today.
I personally think that whether you are doing your own business or employed to work for a company, we all need to be more open and aware on new ways of doing things. Because the world has changed dramatically, general and traditional principles must be combined with new and innovative ideas, if you want to move forward in life with more productivity and success.
The Lean Startup is one of the innovative books that can teach you how to do so. Because the Lean Startup movement seeks to ensure that those of us who long to build the next big thing will have the tools needed to change the world. For a final note, remember these advices from Eric Ries: Be tolerant of all mistakes the first time; 2.
Never allow the same mistake to be made twice.Early in my career, before I became my own boss and the CEO of Patriot Software, I was a hard charging mover and shaker.
I did whatever was necessary to get the job done. I took no prisoners. Validated Learning: Lesson Learned from Eric Ries the Lean Startup is an article about a new form of idea and definition of learning.
It explains the difference of perceiving failure as learning as compared to learning by seeing measurable improvements. If you are open to learn innovative ideas on entrepreneurship, productivity and success, take time to read this article, as well as the book.
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