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When you are a one-man startup

Everyone needs a hobby. And some take it more seriously than others. Here's some cliched startup gyaan for someone wanting to take the plunge!
  1. Time is money
  2. Have a time table and follow it, specially if you have a day job
  3. Sharpen your tools
  4. Don't spend time on anything you are not good at, because #1
  5. Automation is the key. if it can be automated, it should be automated
  6. Health comes first
  7. Develop to sell. If it cannot be sold, it should not be built
  8. Have an exit plan and follow it. "I'll shut shop if I cannot get 10 paying customers in 6 months"
  9. You are the average of five people you spend most of your time with
  10. Don't stop having fun!
Cheers!

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