23 rules to run a software startup with minimum hassle
|Jói Sigurdsson||Feb 14|
Over the last 5 years of bootstrapping, I’ve tried a lot of things, and discovered there are many ways to create hassle for yourself that wastes time and energy and distracts you from building value in your business. This is my second post on lessons learned from bootstrapping.
Avoiding hassle is especially important for a bootstrapped company. As discussed in my previous post about the spiderweb entrepreneur, in the early stages of bootstrapping, nothing happens unless YOU do it, so it’s incredibly important to conserve your time and energy.
If you want to absolutely minimize hassle as you run your software business, you can stick to each one of the rules in my latest blog post.