We don't spend nearly enough time thinking about how we sound.
You know you have something valuable when a lot of people repeatedly come back to it.
It's not what's the use case. It's about why would a customer use this.
It's hard to know, what you'll need to know, in order to know, what you'll need to know.
It's about what your product lets people do.
The way that we get to know ourselves is in the process of creation.
It's about hearing the other person in your head as you're writing.
Be you. Show your human side. That's what people want to see and identify with.
Do the hard work. There are no shortcuts. Get it done.
It's not about what you do, it's about what you enable other people to do.
I feel like we all owe it to each other to get to that point where we are happy in our life.
Make what you need to do to be happy. Even if other people think it's crap.
You learn the tools you need to know to make the things you want to make.
Great companies read your soul and give you something you don't even know you need.
I'm not passionate about what you do. I'm passionate about what I do. It's your job to enable that.
We weren't trying to start a company, we were trying to get a computer.
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