What you can’t say about Eric Ries is, “The dude is just lucky.”
No, if you know the Lean Startup methodology he created, you understand that he thinks in a more systemized and organized way than most people.
So, when his book, The Lean Startup, became a New York Times best seller, I knew it wasn’t luck. So I asked him, as one friend to another, to talk openly about how he made it happen. Listen in to see how a well-thought-out system can help you make your own luck.
Eric Ries, The Lean Startup
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