Seth Godin’s post, “The Dorm Room Startup Mindset” reminds me that it’s OK to start before you’re ready.
Making progress is more important than getting it perfect.
To quote Earl Nightengale, “Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.”
The process of building things looks different today than it did, say, 15 years ago… Back then it was harder to go to market.
Today it’s easier than ever to go to market with only a concept.
Anyone with an idea, sweat and elbow grease can contribute their energy that can add up to a lot over time. We can transform something from a hobby into a meaningful profitable venture over time.
Contrary to what many people think, you don’t need money to test a new idea.
And good enough sometimes is.