Here’s this week’s update from The Founder’s Foyer:
If you’ve been sharing stuff and reading through Twitter or LinkedIn, there’s so much buzz around building in public. Especially over the last couple of years, a lot of founders, solopreneurs and enthusiasts who worked on side projects really leveraged the network to both build on their ideas as well as find a fit with the market.
Karthik Puvvada, fondly called KP “The Build in public” Guy, is the founder & CEO of Build in Public studio, a media and consulting company aimed at helping create more successful founders in the world. He’s formerly led educational programs and communities at OnDeck and Day One, having helped 500+ ambitious no-code builders and founders. He also created Build In Public Founder's Manual, a handy digital product to help founders learn how to build in public effectively.
In this video, KP aptly summarized the things one can do to have constant flow of feedback and engagement, as well as the unique paths people can take in the journey towards building in public.
Check out The Founder’s Foyer:
KP and Aishwarya chat about:
Getting started with a creative entrepreneurial journey
Why should one look into building portfolio career
The perception about non-linearity in creator economy
What does 'build in public' mean and how to do it?
Execution as a leverage to ship projects
Seeking feedback but not overthinking to deliver
Navigating the idea maze and setting a framework
Challenging pursuits and seeking variety through portfolio
How to effectively maximize community engagement
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Thank you, and have a great week ahead!