How to Launch Your Own Startup Part 5
A series by our CEO, Christian Reber

September 09, 2013 — Reading time: 1 min — Comments

Launching your own startup is a huge undertaking, especially at the age of 24! Today, it’s time for the next and final installment in 6Wunderkinder Founder and CEO, Christian Reber’s fortnightly blog series on “How to Launch Your Own Startup”.

So far, he’s shared 12 steps on the process of launching your own tech startup:

Steps 1–3: Dream Big and Start Small, Work to Learn, Not Earn, and Join the Community.

Steps 4–6: Find the Right Location, Identify Good and Bad Ideas Early, Understand Trends and Markets.

Steps 7–9: Think Like an Athlete, Prepare to Fail, and Find the Right Co­Founders and Advisors.

Steps 10–12: Raise your first round of money, Learn how to maintain your company, and Prepare yourself to become a manager.

Today, in steps 13–15 Christian concludes his series by talking about the process of finding advisors and mentors, preparing for constant change, as well as balancing working hard while always being nice to people.

If you are Interested in learning more, be sure to tune into Christian’s blog, follow him on Twitter and subscribe via RSS.

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

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