Fail fast, fail hard

One of the best things about the startup community is the atmosphere. Anything goes, people motivate and lift each other up to no end. Positivity is the currency, and everyone is rich. This is what motivates people to start working on their idea and go from vague to concise in record time, but there’s a flipside.

The honeymoon phase

Failing early is key

Gather data

Setting goals and sticking to them

Fail fast, adjust, keep going

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Huibert is an innovation engineer, prototyper, maker, 3D printing nerd. He thinks anyone can be an inventor with the right mix of attitude and time investment.