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Can't do 12 startups in 12 months? No problem!

Hey IndieHackers,

I have been browsing the community a lot more lately and love the support and encouragement here.

I see many people building in public and committing to 12 startups in 12 months or another ambitious goal if you can stay on the course and accomplish a goal of that magnitude, more power to you! However, if life gets in the way, and you have to drop what you are working on, don't be disheartened. Please pick it up again the first opportunity you get. Build a system that gives you the belief that you will get back to your goal. Launch one startup in one year if that's the pace you finally hit.

I have been trying to launch my new project since May 2017, and it's on my third attempt (second this year!) that I finally launched it on ProductHunt today - https://www.producthunt.com/posts/magicbell. And I am proud of it - for not giving up on it entirely the last two times I couldn't do it.

So go out there, pick up what you dropped off earlier and pick it up again if you drop it again. In the end, keep moving forward, no matter the pace.


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    Congratulations on the launch!
    I totally agree!
    The more important part is to finish what you have started.

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