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How Superhuman Built An Engine To Find Product Market Fit
by Rahul Vohra
First Round Review

The Playbook:

  1. Quantify PMF via a single, North Star metric
  2. Structure & execute a user survey process well
  3. Know your High-Expectation Customer
  4. Delight a small number of users first
  5. Focus on what your fanatic users love the most
  6. Prioritize features by “lowest cost, highest impact”
  7. Rinse, and repeat
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