Great essay, inspiring read, while also being tactical.
Guido Knook
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Glad to hear your enjoyed the article,

“Not always the maximum value is possible in the shortest time”, indeed! It probably shouldn’t be so anyway.

It’s a two-way process…

On the one hand, early rewards — first-time users and short sessions — are the minimum acceptable value of a product (humans attention span is down to 8 seconds).

On the other hand, the more effort — multiple or longer sessions — the more value users should get. How likely am I to stop using a product that rewards any extra effort I make?

Success is all in providing value regardless of the time a user spends using your product.

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