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16 Dec 2013

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What does the following sentences mean?
"We have so many ideas, but what really matters is the work that you put into these ideas."

I can't understand the phrase "the work that you put into these ideas."

You can answer me in English or Japanese.

Thank you.

http://webapplog.com/notes-from-startup-school-...

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What does the following sentences mean?
"We have so many ideas, but what really matters is the work that you put into these ideas."

I can't understand the phrase "the work that you put into these ideas."

You can answer me in English or Japanese.

Thank you.

http://webapplog.com/notes-from-startup-school-2013-by-ycombinator/
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