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You can only solve a big problem that changes the world if you solve a problem that is deeply personal to you. Two great examples and why they worked: Roy Raymond was a sad pervert. He'd buy bras and panties at the department store and all the clerks thought their thoughts about him. Roy felt...

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Productivity challenge: Deciding when to help other people with their projects and when to focus on my own. For example, let's say I am in the middle of something I am doing for myself and a colleague or friend calls and asks me to help them out with their project. Sometimes, their project actu...

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#1 would be consumer/product need analysis. Understanding end user needs and developing a product that will generate profit, be adopted or cost reductions is key.

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If you have large quantities of batch size, look into statistical process control. If they're smaller batches, the answer seems pretty straightforward (to me, at least): 1. Map out the production process step by step. Operations, inspections, decision points etc. 2. Install a final inspection ...

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If you want long term evangelists you're going to have to think outside of the relationship between your product and the customer and focus specifically on the customer. Identify the influencers who are already engaging your brand through social media channels and see what you can learn about t...

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