We’re doing something a little different today. Instead of having a guest, I thought it would be fun to talk about MVPs and let you in on some of the secrets that we use to successfully create brand-new web products.

I also want to give you an update on the podcast, because I’m going to be changing the format a little bit.

It turns out, making a podcast is really time-consuming. In the past couple of weeks, I’ve had a little bit of a hard time balancing my regular job, which is building MVPs with my agency Booster Stage, and landing new leads for the podcast, doing interviews, etc. all that goes into producing great content. I’m not going to lie, I got a little behind.

So, dear listeners, I hope you’ll forgive me, but I’m going to take a couple of weeks sabbatical from the podcast to catch my breath.

When we come back, I’m thinking about doing a seasonal model, where we’ll record a series of episodes around a particular topic affecting startups.

I’m also going to move to a biweekly publishing schedule, just to be kind to myself.

I’d love to know what you think about that, and if you have any thoughts on what kind of topics you’d like to hear about, email me at ryan@thelongcut.fm.

Now, let’s talk about how to create an MVP.

To read the whole article, head on over to https://boosterstage.net/articles/how-to-create-an-mvp/

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