Rectangles and Squares .:. The road isn't always straight...

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Our childhood memories a lot of times determine our road as an adult person... They are the ones that are engraved somewhere deep in the brain and building up our personality...

In my walk to the gym this morning, I have remembered the time when I was a kid, and our township decided to do the make-up of our homeplace... Machines were all over the town, finishing roads and pavements... After that, they were planting trees, grass, and flowers... When everything was finished, it looked great... for a year or two...

What happened? Well, people were doing human things... Searching for shortcuts, a lot of lawns were trampled and perfect squares and rectangles became triangles... Seeing that, one of my friends said that people in Japan doing things in reverse... Before planting grass and trees, they leave things unfinished that people CREATE paths and small shortcuts... After that, they pave sidewalks where people already made habit of walking...

That was probably just our childish imagination, but if we think deeper about the message, it is a good idea... And we can implement the same principle in our business ideas, or projects... I would say that exactly that distinguishes some great projects from "ordinary" ones...

The feedback that we can receive from our clients and future customers is the most valuable asset for development... There are numerous examples of that, and I have named just one popular inside the video...

Check out the video...

Thank you for your valuable time,

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When we are children we never know where our path is taking us and with each decision made we simply have less and less possibilities. And when we are adults we look back and try to understand if we took the right decisions and kept the right path. And hopefully we did...

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That's true... And sometimes small things and memories (like this one from my vlog) are shape us and our thought at a certain time of our life... It's interesting that I didn't think about this memory ever, and it helped me to bring up this topic to my vlog... 35 years later... :)

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I like your idea to put the concrete where people pass. It is a kind of metaphore to create a business out of things that are already proven to work. You can have the best business idea but if people don't use it, then it's simply not the best idea. To finetune an idea with the feed-back and behaviour of customers is quite a good point. I believe that's what companies like google and facebook are doing. They use AI to finetune their business model. The problem with that is that at a point the AI does things needs to be questioned from a moral point of view...

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I like your idea to put the concrete where people pass.

It's not my idea... :) It's an idea of Japanese from 80ies.. :) I just remembered a story from my childhood... Which was probably just an imagination of some of my friends... lol...

Anyway, I agree that big tech companies fine-tune their products with AI and "stealing our data"... But, we as small entrepreneurs can go with the old method of asking for feedback and suggestion box... It works and people like to be involved... ;) Especially if they have incentives to do that :)

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After that, they pave sidewalks where people already made habit of walking.

This is awesome. Adapting to change and human behavior and maintaining efficiency and aesthetics in the process.

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Exactly! And you don't have to do the job two times... the only thing that people have to do... is to listen to others... :)

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That's really great mind, instead of forcing people to do something against their will, Go with majority will and it's win -win for everyone.

Feedback are great tool but not everyone is strong enough to take them and taking action on it is another great task.

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Feedback are great tool but not everyone is strong enough to take them and taking action on it is another great task.

That is a big truth... Not everyone can take the truth... As I like to "speak my mind" a lot of times in my videos, it probably hurts someone's feelings because of exactly what you said... "not everyone can take the feedback"...

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