I Finally Organized a “Lessons” Archive

Last October I made 2 decisions:

  • I decided to pick the market I want to serve first – entrepreneurs – and start working on new products.
  • I decided to start blogging again, and have done so (almost!) once per week since.

After 8 months of regular blogging I’m shocked at how much people appreciate what I write.  It turns out that blogging – like entrepreneurship – only starts to create value for people when you prove to them that you’ll stick with it.

Recently people have started asking me to organize an archive of posts, so I’ve done it.

Lessons Learned on my Startup Journey

About the Image

This is what I see when I look out my window – at least on an nice day with no Beijing pollution!


  1. Thomas Pichon August 20, 2013 at 10:32 am #

    Hi Kevin, thanks for organizing these (so helpful) information. I’m in Paris for a few days, where I met some entrepreneurs who told me: The best Lean Startup leaders we love to follow are Eric Ries, Steve Blank, Ash Maurya and Kevin Dewalt. Congrats and thanks again for all these great posts!

    • kevindewalt August 20, 2013 at 7:49 pm #

      Wow, that is flattering indeed. Good company and thanks for letting me know. If I’ve seen further…it is because I’ve stood on the backs of those three people.

  2. Thomas Pichon August 22, 2013 at 4:27 am #

    I’ve stood on the backs of those three people. >> I would not agree. IMHO, you’re the one who gives the most concrete tips, advices, best practices… We see you more like a peer. Eric, Steve, Ash are “ahead”, building the methodology. Meanwhile you help everyone filling the gap between what they advise to do and how to do it very concretely. You help a lot, in a different way. That’s I guess what make your content unique and how I value it the most.
    Looking forward to reading the next posts!

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