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- Aug 19, 2015
Good stuff.Creating this execution thread is probably one of the best decisions I ever made and over a year since my last post. It's amazing to be able to look back and see where I was a year ago compared to where I am today.
A few weeks before I wrote my last update in October 2018 I felt I had pretty much given up on the project or so I thought, but looking back now I think I almost gave up on backing myself. (If you can't back yourself how do you expect anyone else to back you)
The courses I was putting off (because I thought they were beneath me) were ironically are what galvanized me and the project. They helped me find my target audience, refine my SAAS and bridge the gap between solving the customers initial issue and providing a solution to manage it moving forward.
2019 has been a massive improvement, I have been more structured with my approach to design, managing the developers and keeping close/regular contact with customers.
The compound effect of these have provided better relationships with my customers. Better relationships have garnered higher quality feedback. Better feedback has brought higher level of targeted development to sooth pain points within SAAS. The better the SAAS has become the more it has been used. The more it's used the more it has been valued. As much as it felt the project had spun out of control in 2018, it feels like it spun into control this year.
I'm really looking forward to next year and raising the bar even higher.
@Ravens_Shadow , Thank you for the great advice, you couldn't have been more true and accurate.
Try commit to one monthly update for 2020 and see if that helps you even more.
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