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Noah Kagan

Chief Sumo, AppSumo.

Believes it’s important to focus on only one goal for your project.

Thinks the true measure of a successful person is how you handle adversity.

“To be in the 1% you have to do what the 99% won’t.”

Believes if you ask questions that reduce thinking and make thinking easier for others, you’ll get better responses.

Thinks there are 10 things that make people more likely to share your content, based on a study of 100 million pieces of content.

“A startup can focus on only one metric. So you have to decide what that is and ignore everything else.”

Believes you should run your business the way you are.

Thinks most people are modeling growth the wrong way.

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