I kinda partially disagree with the last point.
Arpit C

You’re right, of course, Arpit. Lots of things that are “hard” about startups come down to needing to manage conflicting goals: ship fast and ship something good. I think they main thing you learn, though, as you gain experience with early stage companies, is that “good” is largely about focus. You don’t need a lot of features, if you solve a pressing problem for your customers in a new and accessible way. (Easier said than done!) It’s okay (and, often preferable) to market your MVP to a very narrow set of customers, as long as you have thought through exactly how to position for that small market and how you’ll ladder up from there to a bigger value proposition and market. (Again, easier said than done.) Etc. Etc.

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