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Upstart Eric Ries Has the Stage and The Crowd Is Going Wild | Epicenter | Wired.com


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People named Eric are smart.

Is it typical to sell more copies of a book than have subscribers of a blog?

"Ries’ book The Lean Startup, published last summer, has sold 90,000 copies in the US. His blog, Startup Lessons Learned, has 75,000 subscribers, and his annual conference attracts 400 entrepreneurs, each paying more than $500."

I do love this mantra:

"STOP WASTING PEOPLES' TIME."

People waste enough of their own time. Help is not needed in that arena. All stocked up here. :P

No, I mean, Ries's mission is to help people stop wasting time.

I like that.

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