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Intro - Richard Lo
00:01 - Intro for Richard, his story in startup to Indie route
00:04 - Launching small bets led to Bordi.io
00:05 - Identifying the problem
00:05 - Most important lesson - Validating it with a minimum valuable version.
00:08 - Getting to 100 customers and the light bulb moment
00:10 - Bootstrap wins vs startup
00:12 - no-code tech stack used
00:13 - Pain and then automate
00:15 - How to look for ideas
00:16 - What does prod dev actually look like for building a business?
00:18 - Process for building - put out what you want then iterate on feedback, how he did that
00:20 - Making the jump to be digital nomads and entrepreneurs
The pain and desire and decisions behind making this jump from quitting their jobs
00:23 - Exact mentality and decision behind taking action. Pain either way, which will you accept?
00:25 - Biggest realization - separation from startup and entrepreneurship
Arranging your life to be able to do this forever
00:26 - changing your mental model will be what you need to do first before changing your habits that lead to change in lifestyle
00:27 - covering your downside risk to make the jump and allowing you to have room to work on the big upside things
00:34 - If Richard went back in time to make the jump most important thing
00:35 - The universe opens up when you take action and do something
00:37 - You are never going to be 100% on all your assumptions - how to minimize rework
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