DOING SOMETHING IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER THAN DOING NOTHING ✨ DAILY SPARK

“Doing something is better than doing nothing” works when when you’re dealing with choice overload; or you’re procrastinating taking that first step; or when you’re bringing a prototype to market.

It seems though as if post launch many founders get bored with their first prototypes and prefer to start something new and exciting again, leaving it as a finished product or service in the market.

SPARK OF THE DAY

When you first create a product or service, it should be just that: a first version. Sustaining in business requires you though not just to innovate, create and test the market, but to reiterate, reiterate, and reiterate…

The market is already swamped with well intentioned firsts, don’t let yours be yet another great idea that never reached its full potential! Go all in or stay out!

I wish you a productive rest of your day ✨

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Innovator | Creator | Vintage Geek | Tech Enthusiast | (Co)Founder The Entrepreneurs Hub - The 4th Horizon - Gini Tech

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Liesbeth Bakker

Liesbeth Bakker

Innovator | Creator | Vintage Geek | Tech Enthusiast | (Co)Founder The Entrepreneurs Hub - The 4th Horizon - Gini Tech

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