"I think this book will put most founders ahead by several years of testing and experimenting. This is absolutely value-packed."
Harsh Vijay Co-Founder & CEO at Brucira
"Anyone in need of some inspiration? This is great material. I can not thank you enough for writing this gem."
Grisel Dugarte Co-Founder at Uphint
"This playbook is a goldmine for new founders wanting a guide on discovering ideas and finding their first customers!"
Joel Pickin Software Developer at Mkodo
Chapter 2 — How to Make Landing Pages and Write Copy That Sells
Chapter 3 — How to Grow Your Social Media Presence
Chapter 4 — How to Define a Powerful Company Vision and Mission
Chapter 5 — How to Build a Team That Loves Your Company
Chapter 6 — How to Close B2B Sales Deals
Chapter 7 — How to Increase the Valuation and Sell Your Business
Chapter 8 — How to Overcome Founder’s Challenges and Pitfalls
Chapter 9 — Manifesto of KMLN Labs
Where do I find a good business idea? How do I get people to buy what I'm selling? And can I do this without begging investors for cash? Been there, done that. Here's the deal. Most successful businesses start because the founder either decided to fix a problem they had or became so obsessed with it that they blended into their customer's life, much like a chameleon blends into its own environment.
This tactical playbook will end the guesswork of generating ideas and building “solutions looking for a problem” by providing actionable tasks for uncovering your high-demand startup opportunity, and how to generate millions in revenue. It’s like having an experienced founder and CEO in your pocket, giving you answers to the questions that keep you up at night.
And by the end of this, you'll be a pro at identifying promising markets, discarding bad ideas, winning clients, building teams, and best of all, you'll gain the freedom to work how you want, when you want. No boss breathing down your neck.
I wish I had something like this when I started. But even today, for me, it is easy to make mistakes in the fast-paced startup world where shiny new things can bias my decision-making process. So, in the spirit of the book, I wrote it for myself to scratch my own itch, to remember how startups are meant to be done. But it’s mainly for you because I don’t want you to stumble through the dark like I did.
No AI was involved in writing this book. Only author’s personal experiences and POV. Let’s stay human till we can.