Taylor Pearson talks about “Intuition Behind the “Founder-Product-Market Fit”” in this episode of the Intuitive Leadership Mastery Podcast with Michael Light.
“One of the questions I’ve asked myself when it comes to “Am I a good fit for this market” is, think about who your ideal customer avatar is. Think of a specific person who might be a customer for this product.” – Taylor Pearson
Taylor also shared how he applies intuition in running a business and creating success in the market.
Taylor believes that entrepreneurship can create more money, meaning and agency in your life and the lives of those you love. He studied business strategies and mental models then explain how to apply them to life.
In the podcast, we talked about:
- Learning if you're a good fit in the market
- Visualization exercise
- Using intuition when making investments
- Listening to your gut
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Michael Smith: Hi, welcome back. We're here with Taylor Pearson, author of the bestselling book, End of Jobs. Taylor, tell us about intuition in your business.
Taylor Pearson: When I think about intuition in my business the first thing that comes to mind is this idea I started playing with maybe a year and a half to two years ago, I call Founder-Product-Market Fit. You get a lot of talk with startup world about Product-Market Fit. I have this product, how do I get to the point where it's a good fit with the market? The question that very rarely gets asked is, am I the founder? Or, am I a good fit for this market and am I a good fit for this product? And those are very intuitive questions.
One of the questions I've asked myself when it comes to “Am I a good fit for this market” is, think about who your ideal customer avatar is.