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#1 Defining the problem your startup is aiming to solve

and how we found a problem that wasn’t really a problem

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The two most important definitions you have to get right before you start are asking and answering the two questions and the two sub-questions:

  1. What is the problem you are trying to solve?
  2. Why are you certain this problem

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