“Ready, Fire, Aim” As A Business Strategy

In 2008, I had the nasty habit of “Ready, Aim, Fire”. I wanted everything to be “perfect”. Not only I ended up with just a few products, I ended up with products that nobody wants.

Hence, I adapted to “Ready, Fire, Aim” instead . This meant we focused on getting the product good enough… and we started selling it. We got LOTS of feedback… more feedback = better products. This meant all-time bestsellers and more money.

Stop obsessing with being perfect. Just get it to good and start selling.

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