[創業] 學習實際一點




底下是約耳談軟體裡面講的一句話:

People who are Smart but don’t Get Things Done often have PhDs and work in big companies where nobody listens to them because they are completely impractical. They would rather mull over something academic about a problem rather than ship on time. These kind of people can be identified because they love to point out the theoretical similarity between two widely divergent concepts. For example, they will say, “Spreadsheets are really just a special case of programming language,” and then go off for a week and write a thrilling, brilliant whitepaper about the theoretical computational linguistic attributes of a spreadsheet as a programming language. Smart, but not useful. The other way to identify these people is that they have a tendency to show up at your office, coffee mug in hand, and try to start a long conversation about the relative merits of Java introspection vs. COM type libraries, on the day you are trying to ship a beta.”

這句話有點諷刺! 但是,在創業的時候,一定要常常反省自己是不是如同上面所講的一樣?常常只有一些不切實際的想法。

真正的重點在要迅速的做出東西來,迅速的上線,趕快蒐集並分析客戶的需求,而不是集中焦點在一些不切實際的理論上。




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