Just because you're selling the home "as is" doesn't mean you don't need help to get it sold. Use a good real estate agent to list the home and gain insight into the market.
You want the house to look its best to improve your chances of attracting good offers. Maintain the lawn, clean surfaces, make the beds, wash the dishes, and tidying up will help.
You need a home inspection to determine the property's condition and the type of maintenance that is needed. Even though you're selling the home "as is" there may be items that you'll need to be compliant in order to make the sale.
The house must be livable for buyers to get a loan. If you don't fix the bare minimums, the bank might not lend to your buyer.
Just because you're selling "as is" doesn't mean you have to get an unreasonable price. Set your minimum price and be prepared to walk away from offers that don't meet your goals.