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3 Factors You Have to Get Right to Solve Hard Product Problems

Digital product development, particularly going from nothing to something, is very difficult. It’s difficult because there are so many problems to overcome and, truthfully, very little understanding of how to solve them in a reasonable amount of time or before running out of money.

People have been intrigued with human-powered flight for centuries. Henry Kremer, a British industrialist was so intrigued by human-powered flight that he announced a challenge to the world. In 1959, he offered a cash prize of £50,000 (equivalent…

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Jason Jeong

Jason Jeong

Product Leader @Ramsey Solutions, Startup Co-Founder & Successful Exit @Promio, Family Man, BJJ Nut. Learn More: https://jasonjeong.com

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