I recently heard somewhere that, according to a very prominent (big) business consultant, the philosophy of many companies is not “Load, aim, and shoot,” but rather to “Load, Shoot and then aim..!”
Using either philosophy one should still get to the same result as either way, we still need to listen to the market and adjust accordingly to feedback. The reason I prefer the 2nd option is because the product/idea will get perfected along the way, but will be available sooner than the idea that needs to be “perfect” before it’s launched.
How have many “perfect” products and ideas have been launched and not needed any changes?
Our goal-setting, self-belief, and leadership skills workshops, even though initially tried and tested weren’t perfect when first launched. But now according to the reviews and testimonials, it seems that we weren’t off with our strategy.
So how did we get to this point?
By having the confidence to go ahead with it, willing to listen to feedback, learn along the way, and adjust accordingly.