We're obsessed with learning. We've built a process to help us validate ideas as quickly as possible so you can confidently take the first step.
Define your idea.
At this stage, you might have some notes, maybe something more. Most founders then think: "Okay, where do I go from here? What questions do I need to ask? What might I be missing? How do I know this is worth it?"
This is our favorite step of the process. We use a problem-centric approach and work with founders to clarify the problem they want to solve, articulate what they need to learn, and then help set them up to go out into the world and learn those things.
We do this step even if we're not officially working with founders (seriously, reach out — we love cold emails). It's the best way for us to learn about the person on the other side of the table.
You are unimpressed and unsatisfied with the status quo. You want to be unleashed fromto the common, the typical, the orthodox.
You crave the unfamiliar.
You feel human health and wellness, today, is unacceptable. You feel helping people with technology is unattainable, unnecessary, and unrealistic.
Human potential is unlimited.