Thursday, July 5, 2012

So what if it is not broken?



Don’t fix it if it is not broken.

"I have a set of formula I use when I launch a product. There is a certain way I do things; I stick to it because it works." You can call it a ‘formula’, you can call it a ‘principle’ or you can call it a ‘way’.

There is nothing wrong in doing things the way you have been doing. After all, they have served you well. Heck, I have a few myself, too.

But if you seek improvements, surely those dogmas need to be challenged. Sometimes formulas work, sometimes they don’t. That’s how new formulas are created. That’s how you improve.

What should you fix?


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