Scott Adams says early popularity lets you achieve and create quality

If you are planning to create some business or other form of entertainment, you will need quality at some point to succeed. But what is more important than quality in the beginning is some intangible element that makes your project inherently interesting before anyone has even sampled it. That initial audience will give you the luxury of time to create quality.

Be popular, then be excellent. Words to live by.



9 responses
In the olden days they called this a USP. Underrated concept but Posterous has it in spades.
hey dint know where to ask this question. So here at ur blog.
Is there a way to get the posterous favorites feed of a user?
Awesome words. And yes, I can totally see Posterous going this way.
... and all along the way, always eat your own dog-food.
5 visitors upvoted this post.