About the Episode:
Nir holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business where he’s also been a guest lecturer. Nir is a behavior investigator, angel investor, and entrepreneur who’s worked with companies like Eventbrite and ProductHunt.
Nir’s started two tech companies himself, one of which was a gaming company that got acquired. On top of all this, he somehow finds time to sit down and write about psychology, technology, and business on his blog, nirandfar.com
In Today’s Episode, we talk about:
01:58 He talks about what he did before becoming an author and an investor.
[spp-timestamp time=”03:22″] Nir Talks about the Fogg Behavior Model and how the environment plays a key role in a person’s behavior.
06:40 He explains how triggers can be created to get people to take action.
10:26 He talks about what makes a good MVP and shares the importance of building a minimum viable product.
13:34 He talks about a validation test he did that exploded and what he did afterward.
16:16 How his buddy Ryan Hoover got started and how he got his first 100 subscribers.
18:33 His biggest piece of advice for people who are unsure about whether a product is a good fit to pursue.
23:00 Nir gives examples of apps that are good at hooking their users and satisfying a demand.
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