You probably think that building an MVP is difficult, right? Maybe you think that you have to have an advanced degree in computer science or engineering to be able to create something useful, let alone something that someone would actually pay money for?

Think again.

Because with the wealth of tools and resources that are readily available to anyone with a laptop and an internet connection, assembling an MVP has never been easier. And if you don’t believe us, check out the video below in which Mike Williams (founder of Thinkbox, Studiotime, and Codeity, as well as a Mentor for the Los Angeles Founder Institute), outlines some of the the tips and tricks he used to create an MVP.

Be sure to follow Mike Williams Youtube channel, where he regularly posts videos with exclusive startup secrets.

So now that you know that nothing is stopping you from building an MVP, so what are you waiting for?

In this video, Mike discusses how he developed Studiotime, built the MVP in an evening, launched on Product Hunt, and generated more than one million hits to the site.

Studiotime began as an evening side project, then became an MVP that went on to generate more than $10k+ revenue in months, and is now the largest online music studio marketplace in the world.

Below are the tools and resources he used:

If you'd like to learn even more about building a strong product, the Los Angeles Founder Institute is currently enrolling.

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