205. What the No Code Revolution is and why it matters May 29, 2024

 

No code tools have opened opportunities up for innovators, and especially for non-technical founders.

But, they have their limits, and not everybody thinks that they’re a great idea.

Listen to this episode to learn what the No Code revolution is and when No code tools are a must...

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204. How corporates stay successful. Lessons from The Innovator's Dilemma part 2 May 22, 2024

As generative AI shakes up industries, those who don't choose to innovate, won't survive.

Let's learn from past disruptions. 

Why did Sears lose their top spot as America's favourite retailer, but Hewlett Packard continue to make new products and grow?

By understanding...

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203. Why do great companies fail? Innovator's Dilemma part 1 May 15, 2024

Why did successful companies like Kodak and Blockbuster miss the digital revolution?

Listen to this episode to learn why corporates ignore threats posed by start-ups until its too late.

In this episode, you will learn key lessons from  The Innovator's Dilemma: When New Technologies...

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202. The opportunity is NOW May 08, 2024

There is a gap between when a technology gets invented, and its wide adaption.

In this gap, is exactly where the best opportunities lie.

Listen to this episode to learn why we are in the time of opportunity, and how to make the most of it.

You will learn:

  • What the path that electricity took...
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201. What can lawyers teach tech founders? May 01, 2024

Today, less than 10% of Fortune 500 companies are considered to be tech companies.

We are still at the beginning of the tech opportunity.

You don’t have to be a technologist to benefit from this rising tide.

If you work in professional services and wondering which client niche to...

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195. Intrapreneurship vs Entrepreneurship Mar 20, 2024

Today, start-ups are seen as the hotbed of innovation and corporates are dismissed as laggards.

But, when large companies innovate successfully, they have a huge impact. They have the resources and the built-in customer base to scale quickly.

In this episode you will learn how corporate...

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183. Top entertainment picks to help you learn about tech Dec 27, 2023

In this episode, you will get four suggestions for shows about Big Tech, AI,  billionaire founders and white collar criminals.

Sophia Matveeva's top entertainment suggestions will also teach you:

  • How Facebook was created
  • What happens to founding teams when companies get successful
  • How...
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170. Advisory Boards: why join them & why have them Sep 27, 2023

If you want to run a start-up, get to the top of a corporate, get headhunted for board roles or become a Smart Money investor, joining an advisory board is a smart move.

But, for advisors, boards can can also become a time drain and a risk to your reputation. 

For founders, advisory boards...

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162. From banker to Fintech CEO Aug 02, 2023

Avinash Godkhindi went from banking to leading Zaggle, a fintech company, towards an IPO. 

This episode is perfect for founders, fintech investors and business leaders who want to transition into tech.

In this episode you will learn:

  • What business leaders need to know about tech to thrive...
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154. How to price your app Jun 07, 2023

There is no template for pricing apps or Software as a Service products, because each product is always a solution to a problem. Some problems are more important than others, and some are harder to solve.

But, you can use frameworks to decide what price to launch and how to iterate. 

In this...

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152. The Non-Technical Founder's introduction to working with outsourced developers May 24, 2023

If you have an idea for an app or a tech business, but no tech skills to build it, this episode is for you.

You will hear from Natalie Kaminski, founder of Jet Rockets, whose development company works specifically with non-technical founders.

In this episode, you will learn: 

  • ...
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140. Three lessons for innovators from Running Lean Mar 01, 2023

Most products brought to market fail. Tech Entrepreneur Ash Maurya says this is "not because we can't complete what we set out to build, but because we waste time, money, and effort building the wrong product."

Maurya is the author of Running Lean: Iterate from Plan A to a Plan that works, and...

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