Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher quotes on product

Unemployed. Built @visualizevalue, building @value.

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If you have time to consume, you have time to produce.

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Product is what you believe, marketing is how you get other people to believe it.

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1. Find a problem 2. Tell a story 3. Sell a service 4. Deliver a result 5. Build a product

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An average product with exceptional marketing will dominate an exceptional product with average marketing.

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Consume to feel smarter. Produce to get smarter.

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How to build a great product: 1. Build a terrible product 2. Keep iterating

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People don't buy products, they buy transformations. From overweight to fit. From dumb to smart. From incompetent to competent. From poor to wealthy. From timid to confident. Figure out what you're transforming.

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Most people are more worried about being copied than making something worth copying.

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If it helps one person, it's worth doing. (You are a person.)

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Politicians sell you a product with features that never get built.

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Sell your time to yourself. Sell the product of your time to everyone else.

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The two sides of the internet: Consume to turn your time into other people’s assets. Produce to turn other people’s time into your assets.

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As long as people need help, you have an opportunity.

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Consumption makes you feel better, production makes you get better.

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1. Learn to produce 2. Learn to promote. 3. Depend on no one.

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Most people are more worried about being copied than making something worth copying.

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To make money while you sleep, figure out how to help people while you sleep. How? Build things that educate, enable or entertain without your physical presence. This process forces you to create better things, because you have to figure out how it'll work without you.

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Work on things that keep working after you stop working.

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Digitize your ideas, decentralize your income.

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How to build a great product 1. Build an awful product 2. Keep iterating

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Build things that help people build things. Sell things that help people sell things.

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When you make yourself the product, you have no competition.

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It’s a beautiful day to package your experience into an asset that works without you.

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Productize your past to fund your future.

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Two approaches to product: Build what you think people want. Build what you know you want.

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Solve a problem ten times, figure out the process. Solve a problem twenty times, improve the process. Solve a problem thirty times, codify the process. Solve a problem forty times, productize the process.

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Practice until you can productize.

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Most people sell their expertise to the market indirectly by selling their time to a business they don't own. Build products and cut out the middle man.

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Tell the story while you build to build an audience for what you’ve built.

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Digitize your ideas, decentralize your income.

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Make content that points out the problem. Make product that provides the solution. Repeat.

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Transfer your expertise into assets that work without you.

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Product is an opinion. Product-market fit is a consensus.

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The most difficult thing to realize about running a business: No matter how good your product, and how happy your customers, the day you stop selling is the day you start dying. The myth that you can win without selling every day is a dangerous one.

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Don't wait until it's built to find out if anyone wants it.

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It's a beautiful day to turn your experience into assets that can help others.

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If you want better customers, build better products.

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The quality of what we consume is measured by what we produce.

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How to take the ceiling off your income: Build something you can sell twice.

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Build content to educate, product to enable.

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It’s a beautiful day to spend time building assets that work around the clock.

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When you build product, you store the value of your time in an asset you own. When you sell your time, you store the value of your time in an asset you don't own. Value your time. Build assets you own.

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Failure is the catalyst for better product.

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Use time to buy experience. Use experience to make product. Use product to buy time.

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Use content to scale your reputation. Use product to scale your income.

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Imagine 99% of your customers love your product, but you spend more than 1% of your time optimizing for the 1% that don't. Stay focused on the 99%.

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Make content to capture attention. Make product to capture revenue.

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Give the people what they don't know they want.

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Content is how we swap stories. Commerce is how we swap solutions.

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Simplicity is a product of massive iteration.

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