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Out-Teach Your Competition
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- we don’t share when others don’t have something to learn from
- It’s vastly different if you share something people learn, or if you put out because you need to. See Out-Teach Your Competition.
- you have two option: either j
- David shares that the philosophy of out-teaching the competition is in their DNA.
- most bigger unicor companies, their approaches doesn;t apply to many companies.
- But what Basecamp share is reaching many more as theres just more comapnies that can relay to what they are sayin — basically in the same shoes
- basically they love sharing it eventough it’s not perfect. it’s Learn in Public
- they don’t like content marketing. Because they have to push stuff on a schedule. Basecamp don’t share if they don’t have anything to say
- also sometimes people listeing to David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH) and Jason Fried and sign up 10 years later. How can you justify this? That applies a lot to how we write (Writing) at Airbyte.
- Why you won’t normally find the ‘good stuff’ in content marketing.
- You can either buy someone’s attention or you can earn it. David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH)
- Now, on the bigger point though, this is actually good for business in the sense that you can either buy someone’s attention or you can earn it.
- … it’s just so much deeper.
- you put good stuff to the universe
- it’s a source of engergy
- And I would do it whether there was a return or not a return.
- old adage that if you really wanna learn something, you should try teaching it
- Sharing is caring
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