Stop Building MVPs
Jonathan Omar Bowman

MVP is good for a Problem-Solution Fit, not for Business Model Fit/Scaling.
Credits: Rod King (2015): LEAN STARTUP LIFECYCLE,

If you Plan & Execute you need the Maximum Awesome Product. In sports you have a predictable environment and you can focus on Scaling, to become a better sports man.

If you have an unpredictable environment and looking for a Problem-Solution Fit, check Henrik Kniberg: Making sense of MVP (Minimum Viable Product) — and why I prefer Earliest Testable/Usable/Lovable what MVP (Minimum Viable Product) is not.