All the good ideas start with scraps. A half of a half of a thought. A scribbled note. That picture you saw from the train. The crazy customer ramble.
Pull the scraps together … they’re starters but never fully formed. Pull the scraps into shapes, fill in the blanks, mould notions, break them down, remould until they’re robust-ish and communicable-ish. A bit more work and they’re defensible-ish.
From scraps to bootstraps.
The real work – convince someone else. Someone who hasn’t been in the room all along; a customer, a partner, an investor. Someone who sees where you’re heading, who can help and wants along for the ride.
It’s slower than you’d like and no short-cuts worth taking.
It takes humility and smarts, focus, clarity, commitment and execution.
Skippy strategy: From scraps to bootstraps, then the real work begins.
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