Common Founder Issue
One of the biggest struggles I notice with founders is how do they know that they are onto something (in the very early days) that has the potential of being a high-growth business.
At this point in the podcast, this successful founder explains how an offshoot of a product got very early traction...much more than the original product that he had been working on for six months. This early, small traction gave him the necessary confidence to shift his efforts in this new direction.
Get Right To The Point
To get right to the point, go to minute 5:30 of this podcast.
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"TK"Tawheed Kader (@tawheed) of ToutApp (@toutapp)
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