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I've raised three kids: my wife and I have three kids. I've observed through direct contact the adults they are now is partially the product of where they came from and what we did. With them growing up, but partially how they were wired at birth.
Look, Pitbull is a product.
The idea of literalism in the Bible is a very new phenomenon. In many ways, it's a product of the scientific revolution.
In recent years personal injury attorneys and trial lawyers have attacked the food industry with numerous lawsuits alleging that these businesses should pay monetary damages to those who, of their own accord, consume too much of a legal, safe product.
Building the right product requires systematically and relentlessly testing that vision to discover which elements of it are brilliant, and which are crazy.
When you found a company, you have the original vision, you make all the original decisions, you know every employee, you kind of know every aspect of the product architecture and its limitations.
You actually don't want people thinking your product is cool, because then you're a fad.
Get your product in front of actual, living, breathing strangers. Your college roommate's approval does not mean there's market demand.
We are such a product of our upbringing and environment.
Anyone who wants simple, pat stories should buy another author's product. The real universe ain't that way, and neither are my fictive ones.
You start with the right amount of rational and emotional experiences. You have to blend those in your product when you come out.
Empirically the way you get a product visionary as CEO is for him to found the company and not get fired.
You can be a lender who wants to compete and have a better product, but you just can't get to the students. The schools are controlling the access to the students.
I know I always worked hard on making sure we came out with the best possible product and of course we were working with four other people, you have to balance that as well.
If we want to talk about Gross Natural Product, we have to talk about the King of Bhutan's index of Gross National Happiness, too. Certainly I have found, as many travellers before me, that people in the poorest places are often the readiest to shower me, from an affluent country, with hospitality and kindness.
Customers are a great way to finance a business for many reasons. First, customer financing is typically non dilutive. They want something from you other than equity in your business. Customers also help you fit your product to the market. And customers will help debug and improve the quality of the product.
You want people using your product because it's a part of your life, then they can't stop using it.
When our markets work, people throughout our economy benefit - Americans seeking to buy a car or buy a home, families borrowing to pay for college, innovators borrowing on the strength of a good idea for a new product or technology, and businesses financing investments that create new jobs.
Most entrepreneurs don't need as many customers as they think. A lot of people think 10 is too few for a sample. But if all 10 refused a product, why is that not enough? If you want 100, 1,000 or a million customers, you first have to get 10.
I don't have answers for anybody else. What I know is that internal complexity makes for superficiality. There's never essentially a pure story unless there's a pure product line that has its own shining clarity.
Writing is far too hard work to say what someone else wants me to. Serving it as a craft, using it as a way of growing in my own understanding, seems to me to be a beautiful way to live. And if that product is shareable with other people, so much the better.
To succeed at selling a losing product, you must develop seriously superior sales techniques. In addition, you have to be massively competitive and incredibly hungry to survive in that environment.
Mozilla has one foot in the Valley, Silicon Valley product technology, and partly one foot in the social enterprise space.
We should assume that the end product can be switched off by any consumer who is offended or frightened by it.
No consumer product improves more drastically, year after year, than the computer.
Google has a great product. They've built a great business.
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