How many people know about you?

Every creator knows what it means to second guess themselves. When we put out our ideas but do not get enough traction than we hoped, we think that we did something wrong, this will never work and we’re wasting our time.

What we’re hoping for is to get viral. We hope that our idea is so good that it will spread on it’s own, without having us to do anything to get the word out.

That almost never happens. When we start to second guess ourselves, it’s a good exercise to ask yourself: If you were to take 1,000 people from the street, how many of them could say that they heard about you or your product?

Don’t rush to conclude that you’re idea is worthless. The world is massive. Let enough people to know about it first.

Rolandas Barysas
My name is Rolandas Barysas, and I mostly write software, splitting my time between Decent Budget, freelancing and other projects.