Here's what most people do (I've done all of these multiple times)
- Hire a developer right away because this app needs to be built right now before someone else does
- Design a logo, build a website, buy a domain
- Talk to their friends and family about how they are going to be a billionaire
- At the same time they worry about getting the idea stolen, so they say things like "I can't give you all the details someone might steal it"
- Then they get quotes from developers or agencies and they get sticker shock when the price comes back at $75,000,
- Or worse they hire their friends cousins mothers brother for free to develop it, and all they get is awkward Thanksgiving conversations about why the app isn't done yet
- At the end of this process, they ending up just giving up the idea because it turned out to be way harder and more expensive than they expected
- Then 10 months later someone ELSE launches that same idea, and they immediately say I HAD THAT IDEA!
Here's what to do instead
- Ask yourself, can I clearly define who my market is and what problem I'm solving
- Look for confessions from your market
- Where does your market hang out?
- Imagine you're a reporter doing a story on your market, how can you paint the picture of their plight, their struggle, their pain and frustration?
- After you find confessions, next is to create a frictionless solution
- So to conclude, theres two things you must answer to increase the chances your idea will succeed
In this video I describe the TWO questions that if you can answer will drastically increase the chances your app will succeed (and remove 90% of the risk).
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