“End every conversation with an expert about your industry with: ‘Why do you think I am going to fail?’”
There’s a lot of smart stuff in this one you can apply to any project you start from scratch.
Suhail Doshi shares key lessons from the first 18 months of a startup including that learning from users is a practiced skill, to be married to the problem — not the technology, and that you don’t need to persuade everyone.
Btw, I found this link in the Weekend Briefing newsletter.
Related: What will happen if you start today.