The most important principle in business

(and it’s probably not what you think! See comment/question below the video)

Right, here’s a little ‘observation’ which may come across as a rant – not meant to be, in the 2nd half of the video you’ll see why/how this is a fine illustration of what I think is probably THE most important principle for succeeding in business:

right, is that what YOU thought was THE most important principle?

if not, what was it?

share below!

Veit

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Comments

  1. Veit, you act as if you have never owned an Apple product lol.
    Apple constantly uses the public as their Beta test audience. Not defending the practice, but it serves as a hugely successful model that’s out there.
    I spend hours testing and evaluating my software. I wish others would do the same.
    I’ve gotten to the point where I have to be awestruck with something or intrigued with the possibilities to go “Early Adapter” these days.
    That does not say much for those marketing SaaS.

    • haha, I’m still using the iPhone 3 because it’s now out of beta-status;-)

      (and I still curse Apple for ‘breaking’ my iPad 2 with the more or less compulsory update to the latest iOs which then made the iPad 2 pretty much useless, ah well)

      however, in most cases it’s at least *BETA*, not *ALPHA* … and alpha is plain rude (from my perspective)

      we should probably talk … as I too can geek out on making sure it works for hours and hours…

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