…Every feature of any product you intend to sell or monetize should strive to be as polished as reasonably possible and function just as your end-user expects it should.

Don’t be one of those startups that delivers broken features with the excuse, “It’s just the M.V.P., we’ll fix it later.” Man up, admit it isn’t good enough, and fix it now.

Otherwise, you’re missing the entire point of the M.V.P. in the first place – to iterate quickly on small features based on customer feedback and measurable data. If it doesn’t work right in the first place, the only feedback you’ll get is likely what you already know.

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