As entrepreneurs, much of our decision making is grounded in empirical data, and that makes sense. There’s too much at stake to risk it all purely on guesswork.
But we also know that our instincts can guide us places that are bigger and better than if we rely on data alone.
We see iconic entrepreneurs use their intuition to succeed every day – Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey.
But knowing when to trust your gut is, I believe, something every entrepreneur struggles with from time to time.
If this is you, I think you’re going to like my conversation with Jan-Philipp Kruip.
He is the founder of FitSense, a B2B health and fitness startup that is being used by some of the biggest multinational insurance companies in the world.
In our conversation, he explained how some of his biggest wins came from trusting his gut.
He also shared valuable insights and tips on Product, Marketing, Hiring, and Raising capital.
Here's the link to the interview: https://altar.io/building-and-scaling-fintech-startup-by-trusting-your-gut/
Let me know what you think. I'd love to hear some thoughts.