How to Launch Your Own Startup Part 2
A series by our CEO, Christian Reber

July 29, 2013 — Reading time: 1 min — Comments

Our CEO Christian Reber receives a lot of questions from aspiring entrepreneurs. How did he start a company at the age of 24? What were the challenges and consequent learnings? And, above all, how exactly did he go from simply having a dream to actually running a company of 40?

As someone who is continuously learning, Christian has condensed his insights into a series of 15 lessons for those who want to be a CEO. Every second Monday he is posting three lessons on his blog, in which he draws on his experience to offer advice for aspiring entrepreneurs in Europe and beyond.

The series started on Monday, 15 July 2013, with Christian publishing Steps 1-3 - Dream Big and Start Small, Work to Learn, Not Earn, and Join the Community. And, today he delivers you Steps 4-6 - Find the Right Location, Identify Good and Bad Ideas Early, Understand Trends and Markets.

Interested in learning more? Tune into Christian’s blog and make sure you follow him on Twitter or subscribe via RSS.


If you have specific questions, please ask away in the comments below. It’s very possible your curiosity could trigger another lesson in this series. We hope you enjoy reading and take away some useful insights. Above all, being a team of doers ourselves, we want to encourage all of you to go out and create those things you want to exist!

Now before we sign off a quick reminder to add How to Launch Your Own Startup Part 3 to your must read list within Wunderlist and set a Due Date and Reminder of Monday, 12 August 2013. That way you won't miss the next instalment from Christian where he will be discussing accepting failure, finding you co-founders and defining your startup’s mission.

About the Author

Christian Reber is the Founder and CEO of 6Wunderkinder, the makers of Wunderlist. His mission is to create innovative software that is functional, beautiful and fun to use. For more insights on entrepreneurship and building products, you can follow him on Twitter via @christianreber or visit his blog christianreber.com.

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