David Chung Park

October 9, 2013

Tick Tock but Take Your Time

Filed under: Startup Philosophy — davidchungpark @ 3:31 PM

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When you first take in money and starting paying salary, bills, etc.  the clock starts ticking. When you don’t have any revenues all you see is outflows every month. Not a fun feeling. So you feel the need to run. Isn’t that what startups are suppose to do, just keep moving, iterating, and pushing ahead? I agree with all that, but it’s just as important to take your time, plan and think. I’m even advocating…yes…have a meeting or two. Think through the next sprint, even spend a day to reflect on it before pulling the trigger. I know it sounds obvious, but just add some planning and thinking into all the running, sprinting, and iterating process.

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