Ever noticed how product and business development problems are solved by removing ‘hustle’?

Those who need the sale, struggle to get it. Desperate doesn’t look good on anyone. We like to buy but hate being sold to.

Those who need more opt-ins, get more bounces. The endless pop-ups are easy to escape using the ‘back’ button.

Those who write for algorithms, are read only by bots. People respond when you give them something to belong to.

Those who focus on churn problems, find more churn problems. “Call to cancel” tricks have a habit of making their way onto Twitter.

From less striving for progress, comes less need to strive for it.