Author of Lost and Founder, Ram Fishkin writes about a MVP: Minimum Viable Product.
Meaning an MVP for a behemoth like Nike is different than a startup like Johnny’s Hoodies. Before Nike can launch, they have to consider how it’ll affect millions of buyers, but because no one outside of the neighborhood knows anything about Johnny’s Hoodies, he can afford to make a mistake and correct it with minimal impact.
Be glad that you’re unnoticed right now. You grow discouraged because you’re acting like a MVP instead of working like one. Improving your product with minimal affects so that when the masses show come they’ll get the best.
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