There’s always a critic. And that’s ok!
Sales is a conversation. Good sales doesn’t feel like sales. It feels like advise. To feel like advise you need to listen and you need to care.
It’s popular in the tech world to strive for it as much as you. Get people to use your product for as long as you can and as often as you can. It’s understandable but is it sustainable?
The smallest unit possible at a time.
Very powerful thoughts and ideas have been shared in short sentences or paragraphs.
Taking a break from this system. There are several reasons for it. It’s holidays season, kids at home a lot, I need to relax to start the new job fresh in January. Most importantly I need to tone down my personal efficiency (future post soon).
Today’s a short one.
For a project to generate revenue in a predictable way you need at least a few customers. I say at least a few because you can invent something and even without any customers (or users) sell that invention.
I haven’t done much. There’s a lot of thinking going on, some writing and a tiny bit of doing.
This is not supposed to be a complex theory. It’s more of a mind map to have it ingrained in my brain. The main areas required to think about before launching a project. It’s supposed to be something very simple.