Andy started digging ditches with his father at age 14, working construction in a small town in Iowa…learning to value hard work and education early in life.
With lots of trial and error, he built and sold his first company at age 26. Realizing entrepreneurship has the power to change the world, Andy co-founded The Foundation with Dane Maxwell in 2012.
The Foundation teaches entrepreneurs how to start and scale software businesses from scratch, even if they have no experience in software.
The Foundation is a global entrepreneurial education company that has helped entrepreneurs from over 45 countries start businesses from nothing by focusing on the deep inner game of entrepreneurship.
Andy believes the world is a better place with more entrepreneurs in it, and he envisions a world where anyone who wants to start a business, has access to the right tools, resources, and community support to do so.
How I Prepare For A Successful Product Launch And What To Fix
One skillset I wish I knew when I got started was how to run a successful product launch. I honestly think this is one of the most…
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So if you want to get something off the ground I think key aspects one is that you have to do the work to have a killer product. If you don’t have a killer product there’s an experience that can happen when launching where you push something too hard and too fast and it actually breaks the business and it’s a really bad thing to have where if you try and launch something before you have systems and processes dialed in what ends up happening is you just create a lot of chaos for yourself and it ends up creating pain for your customers and more problems than solutions even though you get traction quickly.
It’s a short-term play versus long-term so one is just having a solid product that you know works they can get results for people if you don’t have that you shouldn’t be focused on launching. You should be focusing on how you deliver a better result your customers make sense.
So far yeah absolutely then – so say that you have
But what’s fascinating is that when people don’t do this they launch and then they become just like everything else and they never escape they never get out into the ethers like we talked about and so you just become part of the noise that’s already happening online.
So a positioning done really really well is if kind of half the battle in business I find have your inner