The Startizer System contains both the Startup Process and the Startup System within it. The additional systems have been put in place to aid in planning, organization, predictions, and tracking.
I wanted a holistic all-in-one system. Most of those systems remain in MVP v1. I brought a few over to MPV v2, but not the public version. Thus, the following are the things in the public version of MVP v2.
A really simple task manager.
I still have wikis, knowledge base apps, Word docs, mind maps, flow charts, you know how it is; all containing little bits of knowledge. Again, the one here is about as basic as one can get. I am currently going through those various notes and apps, collecting things in one place. I will share them on the site as articles in the Guide. You can copy the articles from there and paste into MVP v2’s Knowledge Base.
A rudimentary reminder.
I get seriously p*******d off with notes, sources for notes, files, and all of that stuff spread out. Even when I got this s**t together, I know some of the other places this particular piece of information could be used, but it’s not there, and I have to move it to those other places. Seriously annoying.
When I work with startups, inevitably I have to go to that G-Drive folder, the dumping ground under Satan’s a**e, and wade through layers of damnation. Lustful product specifications, gluttonous research, heretical GTM strategies, alright I’ll stop now. Ideally, I wanted this to be linked to the knowledge base, and a different system, but MVP and all that.