Product @Shopify. Previously founder @tinyheartsapps — an award-winning mobile product studio acquired in 2016 by Shopify.
This “methodology” has been popularly described as “Come for the tool, stay for the network.” by Chris Dixon and SEMs are in the perfect position to embrace such an approach.
Disruptive startups go after high retention, low satisfaction products.
…ends they paid out, the “impenetrable” moats that let companies spit off excess cash are dwindling. A moat today is simply a temporary buffer that helps a company get ahead of the next innovation cycle.
My view is that iOS is the healthiest developer ecosystem right now. For sure a big part is because the most revenue is accruing directly to developers, but just as imp…
“AR will happen in a big way, and when it does, we will wonder how we ever lived without it. Like we wonder how we lived without our phone today.”
Our team exists to innovate and take risks, and that’s not going to change any time soon. For Frenzy, and any future Garage projects, the key is informing our ideas as quickly and accurately as we can. But if we stop failing, we’ll stop innovating.
The nature of any Garage project is that it’s an experiment. Our goal is to innovate. To take risks in our attempts to explore new opportunities for Shopify. In order to test and validate ideas quickly, we have to make compromises.
Lazy Leadership isn’t really about being lazy. It’s about spending time on what matters and what you’re good at, then leaving everything else to your team. Giving up on the idea that you have to drive yourself into the ground in order to run a successful …