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The Minimum Viable Product is the simplest, most basic form of a product or service, which can be sold in the market. This doesn't have all of the bells and whistles but has enough features to work. Basically, it is good enough but not perfect.
Releasing an MVP allows one to get feedback at an early stage, and improve the product later on.
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One of the most popular self-improvement expressions is "good is the enemy of great." Although it sounds appealing, it might also be wrong.
We are told that we have to strive to be great to ...
True success means feeling content with the unfolding of your life. It's finding happiness in your work and life in the present time and being great all the time.
Interestingly, not always trying so hard to be great is the path to getting better.
To make sustainable progress, you don't have to be consistently great; it's about being great at being consistent.
Logic is a science of correct reasoning while making inferences.
Even if one is not into philosophy, studying logic is a good way to learn argument analysis and understand ...
Symbolic logic is akin to learning a new language, which we can use to analyse the logic of statements or validate arguments.
It can even be used to construct proofs for complex arguments, where it is not easy to validate right away.
If we train ourselves to construct complex arguments and are able to spot the weak ones, we can move towards what is authentic and avoid the traps.
Being able to study internal reasoning is a useful skill in any field.
Agility comes from planning. Without plans, activities are just brownian motion. And you can’t have plans, especially shared plans
Most business decks outlining a strategy are woefully inadequate for highlighting the rationale behind the proposal.
Decks focus on the take-aways and tactics. The details are lost and people will make up their stories to fill the space between the bullet points.
Writing forces you to share the details behind the goals, the history, the context, the trade-offs.
This allows the employees to make consistent trade-offs. Micro-decisions that align to the plan.