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Harlaksh Singh
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 20
Replying to @JoelKlettke
15 minute walk
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 20
Replying to @coreyhainesco
Some qualifiers - Who are you explaining things to? What are you explaining? What's their awareness level about what you're explaining? What's the mode of delivery?
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 19
Slipped through I guess. Anyone figured how to monetise podcasts yet? (besides charging podcasters or manual sponsorships?)
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 19
Tell me you haven't thought of an alternative 😉
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 19
Replying to @joe_human_
Leveraging a shitty day. Look at you 😏
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 19
Replying to @tanishqxyz
Except stories 🤣
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 19
Replying to @tanishqxyz
What someone else can is more important than what you can (if you can see/leverage it) 😉
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 16
Replying to @NathanLatka @domm and 2 others
- Short answer from a distance: Built the entire launch on Twitter from scratch :)
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 16
Your domain^
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 16
Replying to @NathanLatka @domm
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 15
Replying to @rgxai
Aah, we've used the classic WEF report before ;) The challenge/opportunity my friend is this: neither WEF, you or I are your prospect Hope you see that distinction sooner rather than later
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 15
Replying to @rgxai
Point being - Develop the big promise (as I mentioned early on) so you can use it everywhere. Don't start with trying to figure out the landing page/copy/design.
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 15
Replying to @arvidkahl @heroku
Ever read code problems on Twitter & thanked the universe for not having to deal with them? 🤣
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 15
Replying to @rgxai
Precondition to selling the belief is to have one ;)
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 15
Replying to @rgxai
Also, to your point, keep this list with you so you're reminded of how clear you need to be - irrespective of when & how you navigate the landscape
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 15
Replying to @rgxai
In my experience & view, the belief/idea needs to be sold before the product. But different leaders navigate differently :) You can be iterative w/ product led growth But for the market you're going after, there is a lot of data available How much of that have you unpacked?
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 14
Replying to @rgxai
Some pointers: What's the one big promise you're making? why should I care? why now? why you? does it work? does it work for me? outcome for me? how is this different from what I've tried? if your claim is 'x', what's the biggest proof? Hint: Needs crafting, not answering :)
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 14
Replying to @rgxai
..for getting enough people to believe in what you believe. To believe that this is 'the path' to solving/getting 'x'. Six months from now, what will matter is whether enough people believe in the project. Not the app, not the features, not the gamification stuff - none.
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 14
Replying to @rgxai
Alright Mr Cato, missed a bunch of these tweets earlier. Apologies Cool so like I said in our email, the only challenge you're going to have to surmount at this point is to market this thing.. Not for 'getting traction' = that's a horrible, perverted way to look at this...but..
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Harlaksh Singh Nov 13
Replying to @iamsk39
Calling
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