Before you can set about getting traction, you have to define what traction means for your company. You need to set a traction goal. At the earliest stages, this traction goal is usually to get enough traction to either raise funding or become profitable. In any case, you should figure out what this goal means […]
In a digital and globalised world, we have more opportunities and choices than ever before. Sometimes in our attempt to fit in or keep up, we look for the shortcut to success or pursue goals that are more important to others than to ourselves.
Measuring time is literally the easiest way to assess someone’s dedication and productivity, but it’s also very unreliable.
Building a successful software project requires far more than just coding. A beautiful, elegant, and comprehensively tested project is useless unless it meets actual customer needs.
Success isn’t measured in the end result, it’s measured in the little progress you make every day, and the course changes or corrections you make when faced with an obstacle.