Startups and Standups
Listening to an interview with Jerry Seinfeld he said something which sounded like good advice for Startup Entrepreneurs.
Here is what he said verbatim:
“Your write and you write, and you don’t know if it is any good. You have to get up in front of an audience to find out if this is any good. You always have to try things, and the audience kind of writes the act for you in a way. They say, keep this, get rid of that. And you use them as a judge. They are the judge.”
It seems success in most enterprising professions are about being guided by your audience or customers. Testing, refining and constantly iterating.
Startup blog says: Real market feedback, is the only way to test any written plan. It beats research every time.
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