Best 11 Quotes & Tweets on Discovery

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1

If you think the customer discovery process is "too slow" and you'd rather jump straight to building stuff... ...just wait and see how long it takes to acquire new customers when you build the wrong thing.

Katelyn Bourgoin

Katelyn Bourgoin

@KateBour

2

You don't just write to share what you think. You write to discover what you think in the first place.

David Perell

David Perell

@david_perell

3

Great products are discovered not invented.

Brian Norgard

Brian Norgard

@BrianNorgard

4

The solution is discovering the problem.

Brian Norgard

Brian Norgard

@BrianNorgard

5

It turns out that with extreme application of the 80/20 rule, you can discover, start, build, and run several business activities at the same time without even working full-time.

Daniel Vassallo

Daniel Vassallo

@dvassallo

6

Business success is mostly a discovery problem, not an execution problem. You won't find success by optimizing and polishing your products (or by making them scale!). You find success by discovering things that work, despite the abundant room for improvement.

Daniel Vassallo

Daniel Vassallo

@dvassallo

7

Find your voice, refine your voice. I’m still refining.

Matthew Kobach

Matthew Kobach

@mkobach

8

Genius begins with uncertainty. Isaac Newton spent most of his time studying alchemy. But that search allowed him to invent calculus and discover the laws of motion. We can’t predict breakthroughs. We can only see them in retrospect.

David Perell

David Perell

@david_perell

9

Trying to follow someone else's exact footsteps is the wrong way to get inspired. When looking for inspiration, it's about discovering ideas and attitudes. The details don't matter. They're up to you to determine, based on your preferences and circumstances.

Daniel Vassallo

Daniel Vassallo

@dvassallo

10

There's a lot of great content out there these days. And it's becoming harder and harder to find and discover early.

Hiten Shah

Hiten Shah

@hnshah

11

If your goal with your “discovery call” is to sell people on your thing, it’s not a discovery call. It’s a sales call. Discovery is about learning now—without the sales pitch looming—so that you can sell *much* better later.

Katelyn Bourgoin

Katelyn Bourgoin

@KateBour