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Kelly Clifford - 10 Lessons Learned So far In Creating Profit Pod - If You Never Do - You will never know - www.kellyclifford.co.uk

My Reflections: The Lessons I Have Learned So Far in Creating Profit Pod

So here I am with the soft beta launch of Profit Pod imminent having shared with you some of the key moments of the journey to get here. It has been nearly 8 months since the build for Profit Pod began and it has been an intense period of hard work with ups and downs,…

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My Reflections: A Bold Step Into the Unknown

So there I found myself standing a very important intersection. I had big decision to make. There are only two paths in front of me. On the signpost in front of me, the one pointing left read ‘continue doing what I’ve done and dropping the idea’ and the other ‘a big bold step into the…

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Kelly Clifford - The Feedback Loop - Plan, Do , Act, Check - www.kellyclifford.co.uk

My Reflections: The Feedback Loop

Having completed 6 months of intense design and specification work for Profit Pod, I was equipped with a full 70+ page document ready to start chatting with people that met the target profile I previously created for those who I thought would benefit most from the solution being created. To do this, I tapped into…

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Kelly Clifford - A Smarter Approach - Success Steps - www.kellyclifford.co.uk

My Reflections: A Smarter Approach

Having successfully navigated my first major brick wall, it wasn’t long before I was at another fork in the road. By this point I had done all I could to de-risk the project from a content creation perspective, had detailed at a higher level the structure of the modules and the functionality that each would…

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My Reflections: Defining the Ultimate Solution

It is time to put some meat on the bones. For determining the best solution the approach I decided to adopt was to ignore anything that currently exists, if it exists, and approach it with fresh eyes and most importantly from the customers’ needs perspective. I wanted to put myself in their shoes, which isn’t…

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