There's an air of mystery about Taylor 😮. They haven't filled their profile yet.
When I first launched my startup, I naively believed that I could outsmart competitors by pushing out continuous improvements quickly and without having to dig deep into the finances of the company. But I quickly learned that the best talent was in-demand and expensive, and juggling all three: cost, time, and quality was a delicate game.
I settled on compromising on cost as quality and speed of execution are very important to me. You have to make trade-offs and prioritize what's most important to your business and customers. It's important to find the balance that works for your startup and its users.