Use constraints to start at the epicenter.

Limited resources force you to become more creative. Less is not bad. You will find your path in simplicity, and it will attract more people than you expect.


  1. Don’t do everything at once.
    You can’t do everything at once, especially when you have limited time, resources, and focus. Details are important in any field, but ignoring  them at the first stages of your journey will bring you many advantages, such as avoiding problems that will be solved in time.
  2. Focus your efforts on the epicenter, the most important task.
    Start from there, as it’s the foundation of your business, and don’t get into the details, because you will lose your concentration.
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