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Jun 11, 2019 22:07:22

From vision to reality

by @Arcticloon PATRON | 217 words | 310🔥 | 310💌

Janne Koponen

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Having a clear vision on how to do something is important. But that alone would not lead to anything without a proper execution.

Basically, there is two options: either you do it yourself or get somebody else to do it. Doing it yourself is easier, as long as you have the skills needed to do whatever is necessary. Or, if you don't have those you need to have enough time to learn them.

But the time is usually what you don't have. There isn't enough time to learn all those things. There probably isn't enough time to do everything in the first place if you are doing everything alone.

So better go with the option two. Get other people to bring your vision to life. That won't be easy either. Those others don't share your vision. You need to make sure it's clear enough to them so they can follow it. Or that the tasks you assign to them are well enough defined that they can be completed even without knowing how they git in to the big picture.

In the end its all about the communication. How clearly you can communicate your vision to those who are supposed to make it happen. And sometimes, even if you are doing it all alone, that part might fail.

Originally published at arcticloon.fi

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    @Arcticloon Basically, there are no guarantees in life. My view is, do what works for you. If you're good at inspiring people to push for results, get going and see what happens. If you're a control freak who needs a hand on everything, just do it. Usually this issue is only an issue at MVP stage. If you've validated the idea and it turns into a business, you no longer have the luxury of choice except for WHO should be doing the work other than you.

    Gabriel Greco avatar Gabriel Greco | Jun 11, 2019 22:48:36
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