October 28, 2020 2 min read

Why You Don’t See Progress

Well, the way I like to visualize a company’s progress is actually very different from the old cliches you’ve read about. I like to think of progress above the waterline versus progress below the waterline. It’s a comparison that helps me focus my efforts while I’m growing a company, and it helps me respond to information that I’m getting from the marketplace as I test-out different approaches to the problem that I’m trying to solve for my customers. 
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