Never ask “How do I get started”or “How do I (fill in the blank)”.
Don’t solicit theories you need direct, practical answers.
Instead get moving on something.
Then ask, “I did (a),(b), and (c) but still hitting a roadblock. For achieving (blank)”
Show someone what you have done, and where you want to go. No one wants to do your homework for you.
1. Create Twitter for following
2. Create Profile Pic for twitter
3. Create Github account
4. Create Figma account
5. Create Product Hunt account
6. Draft design on Figma
7. Create a new repo on Github
8. Create Stripe Account
9. Use Netlify or Vercel to deploy personal site
10. Buy Personal Domain
11. Create First Project & Make Pre-sales
12. Launch on Product Hunt
14. Keep Making Projects
15. Show projects you make on your personal site
16. Participate with other makers on twitter and product hunt
17. Get Feedback
18. Improve your projects
19. Customer Support
20. Keep Making
Just because what you are building already exists doesn't mean you should give up. There is always something you can add, iterate on, improve or even just market better than the existing competitor.
Besides, someone offering something similar to what you are doing is a sign of a healthy market!
Don't let your love for your idea blind you.
Ask other people if they're also feeling the love. In other words, talk about your idea to anyone who'll listen, outside of your family and friends, to get their reaction. Do this before investing any significant time into development.
Have fun and do what you love! You may commercially succeed with your first product, but most of Makers iterate for years to find a great market fit and to build a sustainable product and organization around. You need to ensure your motivation engine is in the "marathon mode".
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