We’re in “soft launch” mode, working to build the site and make it better. While it’s clearly a work in progress, we wanted to note that the founding ethos here is the Lean Startup mode, in which we try to move fast and work toward being perfect, not wait to do something until it’s perfect. The perfect, after all, is the enemy of the good.
Here are some excerpts from a blog post by Paul Hontz at The Startup Foundry that came across the radar today, with some ideas about how we’re doing what we’re doing.
“Don’t wait for other people to help you. Jump in and do it yourself. You can end up spending more time trying to convince other people to join you then just doing the work yourself.
“If you’re waiting to have everything completely polished, you’ve waited to (sic) long. …
“Every startup is going to make stupid mistakes that seem blatantly obvious in retrospect. Don’t let this scare you.”
Which is by way of saying if you see something here you don’t like, email us: info (at) clearhealthcosts (dot) com. Thanks!