When is it good enough?

I don’t have that answer, and you don’t either. I like educated guesses and informed opinions, but those come in second place to insights gathered from your users. These days, we’re all about validated learning by getting the most basic solutions to the market as fast as possible – the MVP model.

Joel G (Buffer CEO) and his team at Buffer get it. He built and tested MVP variants instead of creating the “perfect” solution right out of the gates. Check out his journey here: https://medium.com/p/ef3c2d02dc51

I found this fantastic “wall art” at a local technology incubator here in Buffalo, NY called Z80 Labs. Investor Chris Sacca (https://twitter.com/sacca) drew it during a visit a few years back. I’ll take the free advice from someone who knows a thing or two about bringing tech to market.

Ship it!
Advice from @sacca

So, is it ready? Yes, it is! And once you change it, it will be again.

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Steve Kiernan II

I'm a sales & marketing executive, business owner, entrepreneur, consultant, juggler of tasks, lover and fighter, dad to Moira & Ronan, husband to Anne, tinkerer, and chronic student. I help companies generate demand for their products and services, and then I help them sell. My clients include large corporations like Marriott and Bentley Motors but also small firms selling niche products and services in regional and local markets. I also lead the sales and marketing teams at a family of companies in Buffalo, NY and New York City – Algonquin Studios, SWRemote, and Station28. I'm a passionate, ideas guy who believes wholeheartedly that you shouldn't over-complicate issues. Believe in, and operate based on, your principles, cut through any other BS and deliver. Simple.

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