The only startup goal worth your undivided attention

From The most important question in a startup: Am I being proactive? by Peter Nixey:

Our goal is to find a repeatable, scalable business model, our job is the search for that. We are literally discovering what works and what we can successfully repeat. We are figuring out what product our users want, who wants it most and how we can reach them. Once we have tested that then we can repeat it but first we must test it.

Notes:
(1) Most startup founders know that success comes from figuring out a repeatable, scalable business model. And yet… so many of us get distracted by other issues along the way.
(2) An exercise: “What’s our repeatable, scalable business model? Which parts aren’t yet working well enough and therefore still need figuring out?”

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