Comparing Products Part 5 – Important Customers
from Scott Sehlhorst at Tyner Blain: It has bubbled up into the following perspective from me.
- A product that is great for some people, even if unusable for other people, is a great product.
- A product that is usable by many people, but great for none of them, is a bad product.
- If you wait until your product is “perfect,” or even “great for a lot of people,” at best you will deliver yesterday’s product and no one will care anymore.
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