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Simpler the better?

I’ve just finished reading Peter Thiels book and of course got me thinking about big ideas vs small, Changing the world vs changing a handful of peoples lives.

I’ve created meetrhea.com.au with my team and can’t help think that we’ve overcomplicated things. I.E ‘ your conversational AI assistant ‘ rather than ‘ we followup and qualify your leads ‘.

What do the indie hackers think?

Are the best ideas the simplest?
  1. 🏄‍♂️ Simple ideas!
  2. 🚀 Clever and complex
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    I prefer simple ideas. Simple ideas are easy to start, MVP, and gain traction. Simple ideas can grow into complex products.

    Complex ideas are difficult to execute. They take a long time to develop, get to market, and often fail before finding traction. Complex ideas often die as ideas and never make it to product.

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