Why nobody will steal your shitty start-up idea
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Why nobody will steal your shitty start-up idea

by David Ams

1. Because nobody cares

2. Because an idea is 1% and execution is 99%

3. Because the same idea executed by different people

will lead to totally different products/businesses

4. Because there are no revolutionary ideas anymore.

5. Because the most successful businesses

are basic ideas perfectly executed

6. Because thousands have failed with the exact same idea.

if you think Uber and Airbnb were first of their kind, you’re wrong

7. Because you need to focus on what really matters

and work without restrictions

8. Because you don't have the answers, your market does.

Talk out loud, go out there, become an expert, speak, network, and collect feedback.

9. Because you have better things to focus on.

You don't want to tune yourself to this level of thinking

10. Because people with will never sign your shitty NDA

to learn more about your idea they don't give a sh*t about in the first place

Now, you just need to get started

hope this article helped you clean your mind from this distraction. Like what you read? Tweet me! https://twitter.com/davidamse

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lisaSilver CommaCats
2 years agoReply
"Because an idea is 1% and execution is 99%" YES

chromiumSilver CommaI like to think I'm amazing
2 years agoReply
When I used to be scared of sharing my idea, people used to tell me: "Call the department in Google that focuses on your industry, tell them about your brilliant idea and how to execute on it." They won't even remember what you told them an hour later. Nor will they care.

2 years agoReply
LOL This has so much truth to it.