What were the best and hardest part of being a first time founder?

Goutham
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If you are currently a first time founder, or were one, what are/were some of the best and hard parts ? Would be helpful for other founders to learn from you guys :)

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Ajeya
Co-founder of ricotta.team
Small wins are the best! Being consistent is the hardest.
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Goutham
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@ajeyasriganesh That's definitely true!
Victor David
Tech, drums, doggies, coffee by the kilo
The hardest part for me is the marketing angle, how to attact people, get noticed, etc. It's never been my strong suit. I like making things, always have, but marketing stuff has been a challenge
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Goutham
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@codemongo Marketing definitely is hard. But the best way would be to experiment with different communities & different platforms atleast in the beginning & double down on what works.
Victor David
Tech, drums, doggies, coffee by the kilo
@gouthamj Yes, that's what I'm working on now. It's like a whole world where I know nothing. Still, I'm checking it out. I came to PH recently for the products - and then discovered the discussions, which are really great. Having a lot of fun reading, learning, and sometimes responding too!