To Turn an Idea Into a Business, Keep It Simple
Recorded on July 22, 2010
Interviewed by Peter Hopkins
When creating a new business, take your big idea and chop it in half. And then chop it in half again. Rather than loading your product up with lots of bells and whistles, just figure out how to do a few things very well.
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