This Founder Isn't Afraid to Tell His Customers Their Ideas Are Stupid--and It's Paying Of

We talk a lot about all the clever strategies and techniques to start a business and succeed, but at some point, you just have to get out there, take your vision, and make it a reality. No one knows your idea better than you, and while it can be helpful to solicit feedback, you have to trust in what you plan to sell. That’s exactly what Adam Flesichman did, and shares his story of success and how he got there.

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