“Shhhhh….. We’re in stealth mode!!” LOLZ. Unless you’re working on a ground-breaking patent, show people what you’re working on as early as possible. Collect feedback, integrate it, ship, repeat.
I burned my first startup to the ground. Here are some hard lessons learned.
Omer Goldberg

one the biggest things you sacrifice in walking that “stealth” path is allowing your early supporters an opportunity to feel as though they are growing alongside your venture. that’s the fun for early-adopters, and it is much much more expensive to try reclaim that enthusiasm later on than it is to bottle it early.

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