I'm Salim Virani. My background is in peer learning and supporting creators. I'm a techie and like to make things that enable people.
When applying Lean Startup principles, it’s easy to fall into a visionary mode in a way that can interfere with the learning process. I’ve found that thinking of my vision in terms of assumptions helps me to stay focused on learning the right things at the right time. Here’s how I do it.
I’ve recently become a Kernel Fellow and am exploring new models for collaboration.