Tristan Kromer, the founder of Kromatic shares how to build successful startups.
The business model canvas – Alexander Osterwalder
- Yes, yes, yes and yes! Thrivetime Nation on today’s show we are interviewing the founder of Kromatic, who also works with innovation teams and leaders to produce innovative products and to build successful startups…Tristan Kromer, welcome onto the Thrivetime Show…how are you sir?!
- Tristan Kromer, throughout your career you’ve worked with huge billion dollar companies like Salesforce, and Linkedin…but I would love to start off at the bottom and the very beginning of your career. What was your life like growing up and where did you grow up?
- When did you first figure out what you wanted to do professionally?
- How did you start your first company?
- How did you go about getting your first 10 customers?
- When did you first feel like you were truly beginning to gain traction with your career?
- Where do most startups get it wrong by default?
- In terms of creating and amazing product, what does your process look like?
- When you were at the bottom, what did you learn most from this experience?
- Tristan Kromer, I’d love for you to share with the listeners about the kinds of projects that you are up to?
- How, you come across as a very proactive person…so how do you typically organize the first four hours of your and what time do you typically wake up?
- What are a few of your daily habits that you believe have allowed you to achieve success?
- Tristan Kromer What mentor has made the biggest impact on your career thus far?
- What has been the biggest adversity that you’ve had to fight through during your career?
- What advice would you give the younger version of yourself?
- Tristan Kromer We find that most successful entrepreneurs tend to have idiosyncrasies that are actually their super powers…what idiosyncrasy do you have?
- What message or principle that you wish you could teach everyone?
- What is a principle or concept that you teach people most that VERY FEW people actually ever apply?
- Tristan Kromer What are a couple of books that you believe that all of our listeners should read?