Here's an in-depth breakdown of why and how we spent $250,000 in the months after receiving our funding. It covers things we did wrong, things we did right and what I might have done differently.
This article focuses a lot on developers, but in reality it's applicable to anyone who does mentally-tasking work. Think very hard before you interrupt someone.
The processes other companies use to run their business is fascinating to me. There's just so much to be gained from studying how others have solved similar problems. Thoughtbot lays it all out in their absurdly useful company playbook.
Engaging users at the appropriate times can be difficult, but it's a must. If you aren't regularly interacting with your customers, you're missing some serious low-hanging fruit. This guide will help you get the ball rolling.
Nearly a decade old, this article by Ev Williams (Blogger/Twitter/Medium founder) is still extremely relevant today.
Rule #1 (Be Narrow) is spot on. The wider you cast your net, the more work it will be to pull it in and the less likely you are to actually get it in the boat at all.