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Questions to make you think about your startup.

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Who would you hire or how would you add to your team?
Why will you succeed?
Who needs what you're making?
What are the key things about your field that outsiders don't understand?
What obstacles will you face and how will you overcome them?
What's new about what you make?
Why did you pick this idea to work on?
Why did your team get together?
What have you learned so far from working on your product?
What is your distribution strategy?
Do you have a demo?
Are you open to changing your idea?
How are you understanding customer needs?
In what ways are you resourceful?
Six months from now, what's going to be your biggest problem?
What's the conversion rate?
Who would be your next hire?
How many users are paying?
What domain expertise do you have?
Where do new users come from?
How many users do you have?
What has surprised you about user behaviour?
What are you going to do next?
How is your product different?
What is your growth like?
How much does customer acquisition cost?
What do you understand about your business that other companies in it just don't get?
What do you understand that others don't?
Why isn't someone already doing this?
How much money could you make per year?
How are you meeting customers?
What is your burn rate?
What competition do you fear most?
How big an opportunity is there?
What's the biggest mistake you have made?
Will your team stick at this?
How much money do you spend per month?
If your startup succeeds, what additional areas might you be able to expand into?
What is the next step with the product evolution?
Who is going to be your first paying customer?
What makes new users try you?
Who are your competitors, and who might become competitors? Who do you fear most?
Why do the reluctant users hold back?
What are the top things users want?
What is your user growth rate?
What, exactly, makes you different from existing options?
What do you understand about your users?
How long can you go before funding?
How do you know people need what you're making?
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