The idea isn’t to make the 100 percent sound and remarkable product. The idea is to ship the product, take feedback and work upon and make your way to become remarkable.
The waiting period is toughest.
When you wait for things to make sense, remove all the flaws and stars to get aligned then you would waste enormous time-span. Just let it out. Have a deadline and work towards it. It is okay if you end up making mediocre product.
Just ship it and take feedback. Improve upon it and start working again. It is a process of becoming reaching towards excellence. Waiting for excellence will make you wait for eternity.
Get out of your comfort zone, let the world shout at you and criticize you. You need to get the product to the market fast, fail fast and learn early.
This is the first step to get something shell-breaking from your life. You may fail several times and that is okay. As long as you are getting some progress or direction, it is all cool.
You want to become teacher then start a class. Don’t wait for you to become the master of all equations. You will learn and master along the way.
You want to make apps which solves real life problems. Go make a shitty prototype. Then work your way up to make it the next big thing.
Whatever it may be, it doesn’t matter. Just ship the product.
When in doubt remember 3 things.
- The more you wait, the more you will fear the outcome.
- Last minute improvement doesn’t work.
- Life is short, ship fast and improve early.