Do you need to build everything now? Do you need every feature? Can you afford another delay? What do you gain in value added versus time spent? You are in a race against a lot of other competitors.
Remember that you need to stop. Learn when to stop
via Jason Fried live chat on Product Hunt
When you think of the Eureka Moment, consider that it is usually the result of endless days of work and preparation and learning and obsession on the problem.
This is not a movie and you are not dr. House (not even dr. House is dr. House).
The Eureka moment is not something that just happens. It is the result or achievement of all your work and preparation.
It is an overnight success that takes years. But it is worth it.
Quote taken from Alan Cannistraro’s blog post.
Always focus on what answers or outcome you want to get out of what you are shipping. What results, what learning, what experience for the users.
Is then every feature critical for the outcome? Do you need to fix every bug? Be ruthless when answering.
via Josh Elman.