Perhaps you're the co-founder of a new SaaS business and it's finally gaining traction, or you're working in a small company and have, up until this point, been solely responsible for one specific area of the business. It's finally time
Over the years, I tried to analyze our teams and identify patterns unique to our most high-performing ones. Unsurprisingly, the specific framework they used to keep themselves organized very rarely correlated with performance.
If you’ve ever been involved in building or leading a company, you will know that what you plan is very rarely what actually happens. Throughout your startup journey, you are going to encounter many random obstacles that will impede your plans.
If you want to implement change successfully, you need to build a narrative – a story, a justification, for why these changes are happening, and why they’re happening now.
You need to understand that you are ultimately building and running a business. A real business that serves real customers, makes real money and pays taxes just like any other brick-and-mortar business.
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