• Chandler Malone

Finding the Sweet Spot for Your Idea

Starting a company is difficult enough, so it is important not to over complicate things by choosing an idea that is well suited for driving adoption.

In James Currier's (Managing Partner at Bay Area Seed Fund NFX) piece, "The Hidden Patterns of Great Startup Ideas" he touches on making sure that your idea isn't an exact clone of pre-existing ideas, while also not innovating to the degree that your idea is so far fetched that potential customers and investors struggle to understand what you are doing and how you are solving the problem you've set out to tackle.

Check out the piece below and let me know what you think!


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